Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp. said that Greg Miskovsky has returned to MMCC as a senior vice president capital markets in Phoenix.
Previously with MMCC from 1998 to 2007, Miskovsky returns from North Dakota-based First International Bank & Trust where for the past 10 years he has served as president of the Arizona market, president of the Scottsdale branch and vice president of commercial lending.
Prior to First International Bank & Trust, Miskovsky worked with Newmark Realty Capital as a vice president and with Cohen Financial as a managing director.
Sabal Capital Partners has added Patrick Nizich, Benjamin Kilgore and Alexander Paroda to its commercial real estate lending team.
Nizich, a managing director based in Seattle, will help lead Sabal’s CRE lending operations in the Northwest. His previous roles include director of loan origination at Dexia as well as senior origination roles at Red Mortgage Capital, Freedom Commercial Mortgage and Greystone Servicing.
Kilgore, a managing director based in New York, will help manage and lead Sabal’s CRE loan program. He most recently held an originations position with Morgan Stanley in New York.
Paroda, a vice president based in New York, will oversee CMBS transactions at Sabal Capital Partners. His most recent role was associate in valuation and capital advisory for Cushman & Wakefield in New York.
TD Bank has appointed to its residential lending team in New Jersey William Westdyk as regional sales manager and Robert Nardone as mortgage sales manager.
They will be responsible for growing residential loan origination in the state by assembling strong teams of experienced mortgage loan officers.
Westdyk brings more than two decades of residential mortgage sales experience in New Jersey that includes 23 years at Wells Fargo. Most recently, he served as vice president and branch manager for Valley National Bank.
Nardone is also a local industry veteran with more than 27 years serving Northern New Jersey. He has held various sales roles with national mortgage lenders including Metlife, Bank of America and Wells Fargo.
Greystone has expanded its Houston-based team with the addition of Ed Gray as a managing director and Brooks Steele as a director.
Joining from Sabal Capital Partners, Gray and Steele will help drive loan origination efforts in the Houston region across a range of lending platforms, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, CMBS, bridge and mezzanine.
Gray brings to Greystone over 15 years of real estate industry experience with positions in originating agency and bridge loans, evaluating debt, CMBS underwriting, and managing due diligence teams.
Steele brings five years of underwriting and lending experience, including nearly four years at JPMorgan.
Greene joins Red from Freddie Mac, where he most recently served as senior managing director of underwriting and credit.
Prior to joining Freddie Mac, Greene worked more than a decade in the industry at organizations including Greystone Servicing Corp., Cushman and Wakefield and a previous role with Red Capital Group as vice president in multifamily and senior health care underwriting.