Eric Maribojoc

Summary

Executive Director, Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, School of Busienss, George Mason University

Information

Web: CREE web page  LinkedIn  Twitter: @mariboj

Email: rmariboj@gmu.edu
Phone:  703-993-1875
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Biosketch

Eric Maribojoc is a real estate professional with 23 years of experience in the acquisition, financing, asset management, construction, leasing, repositioning and sale of multifamily, office, retail and industrial properties.

He has previously worked with private equity groups, most recently with Professors Capital of Solana Beach, California, and has been a principal in over $200 million in value-added and opportunistic commercial transactions across the country. He has also taught graduate classes in real estate transactions, urban planning and sustainability, real estate principles, and asset management at the Kogod School of Business at American University in Washington DC. He earned his Masters in Business Administration from American University in 1993.

Education

American University
MBA Finance and Real Estate
1990 – 1992
Co-authored academic research papers; i.e.”Preparing Your Market for Homebanking” published in Bank Marketing, 1992 and “Expense and Rent Strategies in Real Estate Management” published in the Journal of Real Estate Research, 1998

Ateneo de Manila University
Bachelor of Arts – BA
Economics

Experience

Executive Director – Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship
George Mason University
Jul 2016 – Present
Arlington, VA

The Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship at George Mason University strives to advance real estate research and education in real estate development and finance. Working in partnership with leading real estate developers, professionals, and organizations in the Washington, D.C. area, the center develops relevant content for the business and academic communities.

President
River Valley Group LLC
Jan 2003 – Present
Fairfax, Virginia

I place and manage Investments in residential and land projects and provide consulting services for private investment, asset management and market analysis.

Part-time Professor and Associate Director, MS in Real Estate Program
Kogod School of Business, American University
Jul 2013 – Jun 2016

I taught graduate courses in acquisitions, real estate transactions, asset management, property management, sustainability strategies and ARGUS workshops. I also managed several initiatives including projects and events with industry groups, corporations and associations, organizing property site tours and on-campus speaker series to highlight real estate best practices, academic research, and new student and alumni outreach.

Vice President – Aquisitions and Asset Management
Professors Capital
Jan 2003 – Dec 2013

I established the East Coast office for a privately-held California investment group. I led the acquisition, financing, asset management, re-positioning, construction, leasing, and sale of a $100 million portfolio of office, flex-industrial, multifamily, development land and retail projects in multiple metropolitan areas across the United States.

Professors Capital is a privately-held investment company with its main office based in Solana Beach, California. The company was founded in 1978 and invests through real estate funds backed by high net-worth investors.

Asset Manager – Real Estate Investment
Pacific Western Mortgage and Investment Company
May 1992 – Jan 2003

I led the acquisition, financing, asset management, lease-up and disposition of value-added and opportunistic real estate projects in multiple markets across the United States. My portfolio consisted of assets in nine states with a combined value of $120 million. After January 2003, I was retained as a consultant to the company to complete the sale of the remaining assets.

Pacific Western was a privately-held investment company with its main office based in Palo Alto, California and invested through real estate funds backed by high net-worth investors. The company was founded in 1972 and liquidated its final holdings in 2006.

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