Spencer G. Hough serves as a director for the Newmark Knight Frank Houston Debt and Structured Finance Group with a focus on the self storage product type. Mr. Hough has originated and closed a significant amount of self storage debt and equity capital volume during his mortgage banking career. His primary responsibilities include the origination of construction, interim and permanent debt, mezzanine financing and equity in various stages of the investment cycle, including acquisitions, refinancing, partnership buyouts and new development. He places a keen focus on detail throughout the full transaction process, including underwriting, marketing, client and lender contact and closing. Through his extensive long-term relationships across the capital markets landscape, Mr. Hough is able to produce the optimal solution for each capital requirement.
Mr. Hough joined Newmark Knight Frank’s Multi-Family Debt & Structured Finance Group (formally ARA) in 2015 and has since assisted in the origination and closing on over $4.5 billion in debt and equity transaction volume.
Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, Mr. Hough was an associate director on the Central Region Originations Team at GE Capital Real Estate (GECRE) in Dallas, TX. In this role, he assisted in loan origination responsibilities, including all internal and external transaction matters, sourcing through broker and borrower channels, structuring, negotiating and closing of structured financing balance sheet and CMBS commercial real estate loans. During Mr. Hough’s tenure at GECRE, he was a contributing member of the Central Region Origination Team’s closing of more than $1.1 billion in total loan volume.
Before joining GECRE, Mr. Hough was an analyst at Invesco Real Estate in Dallas, where he assisted with the valuation and underwriting of Invesco’s $20.4 billion of U.S. direct commercial real estate investments for separate account, opportunistic, value-add and core fund clients. Additionally, he provided financial analyses to help support real estate investment, asset management and financing and disposition decisions.