Dick Gee | Chairman

  • Founding Partner of Argus Realty Investors
  • Mr. Gee has over 35 years of commercial real estate experience in brokerage, syndications, acquisitions, debt and equity financing, asset management, joint ventures, and development projects
  • Previously he held senior management positions with institutional and privately held companies
  • Oversaw multi-billion dollar commercial real estate acquisition and rehabilitation projects
  • He is a licensed California Real Estate Broker
  • Mr. Gee has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Miami

Eli Spiro | Chief Executive Officer

  • Most recently was Senior Managing Director and responsible for M&A and Business Development at Greystone & Co., a New York based private investment firm with over $15 billion of assets under management.
  • Previously Vice President of Investment Banking in the Financial Institutions Group at Goldman Sachs & Co. advising clients on multiple buy-side and sell-side transactions in the specialty finance space. He created acquisition models, coordinated due diligence sessions, drafted numerous information memorandums and presented at key management and board meetings.
  • Previously Managing Director and National Sales Manager for the Technology Finance business at GE Capital where he was a senior member of the management team responsible for building and growing the business. Developed and communicated strategic direction, structured and negotiated transactions, established regional budgets and prospecting goals, presented at senior level customer meetings (85-100 per year), coordinated national sales meetings, championed JV's with other GE businesses, directed weekly account reviews and led origination team.
  • Holds a BAS Degree from York University and a joint LLB/MBA from Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business in Toronto.

Timothy Snodgrass J.D. | President

  • Founding Partner of Argus Realty Investors
  • Founding Member, past president and current Chairman of the Legislative and Regulatory Committee of the Real Estate Securities Association™ (REISA).
  • Previously Member of the Certified Exchange Specialist® designation, and current member of Certification Council.
  • Previous Director of National Accounts for Investment Property Exchange Services, Inc. (IPX1031) where he processed more than 8,000 new exchanges per year at a transaction value of more than $10 billion.
  • Holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from San Diego State University and a Juris Doctorate from Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

F. Craig Morris | Chief Operating Officer

  • Previously partner at Pacific Summit Development Company.
  • As EVP at Cushman & Wakefield Mr. Morris managed the Client Solutions business which encompassed 7 global business units, 600 million square feet under management, 7,000 employees and $250 million in revenues with $1.5 billion in through put. Business units included consulting, transaction management, property management, facility management, project management and customer relationship management.
  • While at Grubb & Ellis, was President of its Corporate Services Group and also ran its international operations and global relationships.
  • Has transitioned, managed and work on over 200 major corporate portfolio accounts. His experience includes portfolio optimization, asset management, strategic planning, service provider transition plans, consulting for portfolios and also national / global service provider evaluation and selections on behalf of clients, cost reduction strategies and complex transactions.
  • He is a member of CoreNet, IAMC, ULI, NAIOP and ICSC.
  • Graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara with a degree in Business Economics.

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