Real Estate Investments
Ben Brosseau is Vice President of Real Estate Investments for Camden. He is responsible for all aspects of multifamily acquisitions, dispositions and developments for California and Nevada. Brosseau holds a Masters Degree in Real Estate from the University of San Diego, and a Bachelors Degree in Business and History from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Jean Harding joined Camden's predecessor company in 1985 and has held a variety of positions throughout her tenure at Camden. Harding is responsible for overseeing all due diligence; reviewing underwriting all acquisitions; developing and implementing business plans and budgets on new acquisitions; implementing the dispositions process and monitoring all disposition activity; and coordinating all real estate closings. Over the past ten years, Harding has participated in the acquisition and disposition of over $2 billion in transactions.
Harding earned a Bachelors of Business Administration in Finance and Real Estate from the University of Texas. She is a licensed real estate broker in the State of Texas.
Stanley Jones is responsible for all aspects of multifamily apartment acquisitions and dispositions in Camden's central region markets, including Houston, Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio, Texas; Denver, Colorado; and Phoenix, Arizona. Since joining the company he has been involved in transactions totaling over $700 million.
Jones joined Camden in 2007. He previously worked for Capmark Finance, a commercial mortgage banking firm. Jones is a member of ULI and the University of Texas Real Estate Finance and Investment Center. He earned his Bachelor's degree and MBA from the University of Texas in Austin.
With over 25 years of experience in the multifamily industry, Laura Little acts as liaison between Camden's management groups and construction division, and is involved in Camden's real estate transactions through development and acquisitions in thirteen states within the U.S. Responsible for asset managing the lease up operations of new development communities for the company nationwide, Little specializes in marketing and market research, as well as the site selection, design development, quality control, and due diligence for all new developments throughout the country.
Since joining Camden in 1993, Little has been involved in the development of 75 multifamily projects, consisting of over 28,000 units with a combined value totaling more than $4 billion. Prior to Camden, Little was responsible for development projects in northern California for Trammell Crow, and before this, as Assistant Vice President for Greystone, she oversaw development in Texas, Florida, and California.
Little currently supports several charities, serving on the boards of two organizations that focus on global justice issues. She is also a member of the National Multi Housing Council and Urban Land Institute.
Bill Sengelmann is Senior Vice President of Real Estate Investments and is responsible for overseeing Camden's Real Estate Investment activities including new development, acquisitions and dispositions. Since joining the company in 1998 as Vice President of New Development, Sengelmann has been involved in the design and development of more than 10,000 multifamily units and real estate transactions in excess of $1.8 billion.
Sengelmann began his real estate career after graduating from the University of Texas in 1984. He spent ten years with American General Investment Corporation and NorthMarq Capital, where he originated in excess of $1.5 billion of debt and equity transactions throughout the United States.
Todd Triggs is responsible for development activities in the southwestern United States. His primary responsibilities include overseeing all facets of multifamily developments including site selection, feasibility analysis, due diligence, contract negotiations, architectural design, floor plan review, selection of amenity packages, entitlements, construction, and lease-up. Triggs has played a major role in completing real estate transactions in excess of $939 million.
Triggs began his career in real estate in 1992 with Guardian Savings and Loan in Houston, Texas, as a field manager in the Asset Management division representing the Savings and Loan in managing properties for disposition in the southeast United States. In 1995, he joined Financial Federal Credit Corporation, an independent commercial finance company, where he was involved in managing a portfolio of commercial loans in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. In 1997, Triggs joined Camden as Director of Research, responsible for analyzing economic information for the valuation of potential acquisition and development opportunities.
Triggs is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the National Multi-Housing Institute. He is also Vice Chair for the Midtown Management District and a member of the Greater Houston Builders Association Multifamily Council.
Triggs received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and Psychology from Houston Baptist University.
Chad Weaver is responsible for all aspects of multifamily acquisitions, dispositions and developments from project inception through occupancy stabilization, including site selection, financial analysis, project feasibility, design and engineering, governmental approvals, and marketing. Weaver concentrates on the Southeast markets of Atlanta, Georgia; Tampa, Orlando, and Southeast Florida including Palm Beach, and Broward and Miami-Dade counties. He has been a major contributor to the development of numerous Camden projects totaling over 4,500 units.
Weaver joined Camden in 2003. Prior to this, he was a commercial banker for a regional bank in North Florida. Weaver is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the National Multi-Housing Council. He received his Bachelors degree in Finance and his Masters degree in Business Administration; both from the University of Florida.