Dodge Carter is responsible for the Multifamily and Student Housing investment activities at Crow Holdings Capital. He has been associated with CHC and CHC-affiliated entities since 2003. Dodge is a member of the Crow Holdings Capital Investment Committee.
Since 1987, Dodge has held various positions with Lomas & Nettleton, First Gibraltar Bank, GE Capital Real Estate and Olympus Real Estate Partners. Responsibilities included construction lending, debt/equity asset management, capital markets and business development activities.
Dodge is an active board member of the National Multi-Housing Council (NMHC) and is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Texas Real Estate Commission and the Folsom Institute for Real Estate at Southern Methodist University. Dodge received a B.B.A. degree in Business from Southern Methodist University.
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