With TCR since 2007, Matt Enzler’s current responsibilities as Managing Director include site selection, land acquisition, design, development, operation, and disposition of Class A multifamily properties. In this role, he has been responsible for development of over 7,500 units. Formerly, as TCR’s Vice President of Finance, Matt worked to structure and close debt and equity transactions. Before joining TCR, Matt was a Vice President with Comerica Bank, where he worked as a commercial real estate lender. Matt is a graduate of The Real Estate Council’s Associate Leadership Council and is currently involved with TREC’s Public Policy Committee. He also previously served as the Board President for the Dallas Texas Exes and Board Chair of the Dallas Regional Chamber Young Professionals. Matt received his B.B.A. degree in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.
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