Mobile Home Park Investing With Glenn Esterson!
ON THIS EPISODE OF PEAK MARKET WATCH...
We are excited to have Glenn D. Esterson, Vice President Investments at Marcus & Millichap on as a guest speaker! Peak Market Watch host and CEO of Peak Financing, Anton Mattli will dive into what Glenn is seeing in changes to seller and buyer behaviors. Glenn will provide tips for buyers to negotiate/win deals in the current environment and give you insight into his specialty market: Mobile Home Park Investing!
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKERS
Glenn Esterson – Guest Speaker
Glenn Esterson has been a commercial real estate broker since 2001, has sold hundreds of parks nationwide, and continues to be one of the industry’s most active brokers. Since 2018 he sold 47 MHP & RV parks across the country, with a focus on the southeast. In 2019 Glenn joined Marcus & Millichap as a Vice-President of Investment and has built a national MHC/RV team with an emphasis on the east coast and sunbelt markets. Most recently Glenn has authored a new book called The Mobile Home Park Manifesto which is now available on Amazon.
Anton Mattli – Peak Market Watch Show Host
Peak Financing CEO, Anton W. Mattli, has decades of experience in commercial and investment banking, private equity, and commercial real estate. After graduating from Zurich Business School in banking and finance, he held senior management positions at major financial institutions in New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Zurich. During that time, Anton was heading a bank branch, managed cross-border teams, financed and restructured commercial real estate worth several billion U.S. Dollars, and oversaw loan portfolios consisting of aircraft and ocean transport vessels. Anton also directed the structuring of complex cross-border commodity and trade finance transactions for Fortune 500 companies. Over the last 15 years, Anton has been advising family offices, high net worth individuals, as well as private investment funds, facilitating their direct investments in commercial real estate across Europe and the United States, including several hundred million dollars in multifamily developments and acquisitions.