CRE firms should invest in more than just real estate.
As chairman, I spend as much time on the day-to-day business of running an investment firm as I do contemplating our larger role in the community. Sure, I can make the argument that new developments bring new jobs and, consequently, spur local economies.
However, I think CRE firms should invest in more than just real estate. Which is why I’m happy to announce Mohr Capital has donated more than $55,000 in the last two months to make sure young people have a promising future.
Having the time to consider Mohr Capital’s impact is only possible with a team of experienced professionals who I can depend on to keep our firm running smoothly. I’m pleased to announce that in the first half of 2021, that team has grown to include four new members.
In the coming months, we’ll be focused on completing some of the largest transactions in our history while managing to deliver substantial risk-adjusted returns. It feels especially nice to be able to give back, grow our organization, and see record returns all while operating during a challenging pandemic.
We sincerely wish the best to you and your organization as well.
Founder & Chairman
Going “All In” on Child Literacy
Mohr Capital sponsored Tackle Tomorrow’s inaugural Charity Poker Tournament in Dallas, Texas. Tackle Tomorrow is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded by NFL Super Bowl Champion Charles Haley and Dallas Civic Leader Bob Bowie. Tournament proceeds provide resources and support to students across Dallas who struggle to read and write.
The Ties that Bind
For decades, Mohr Capital has been a loyal supporter of Jonathan’s Place, a private 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. This year, we made a significant donation to the organization’s “Be the Tie” spring giving campaign to provide a safe place, loving homes, and promising futures to abused and neglected children.
Growing Our Team
In the first quarter of 2021, we welcomed four new team members: SVP of Development Tom Theobald, Principal Trey Mohr, Controller John Cervi, and Investment Analyst Nick Kaldis. Our expanded team will help us build upon last year’s momentum and execute our strategic plan for 2021.
Celebrating Our Accomplishments
Speaking of last year’s momentum, we all took a few days off in March to celebrate our hard work and accomplishments during an undoubtedly difficult year. When it comes to fostering a team environment, letting loose together is just as important as working hard. We enjoyed a few days of great food, strong drinks, and excellent golf in sunny Punta Mita, Mexico, and came back energized and ready to get back to work.