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Matt Grosz

Director | Acquisitions

(619) 535-3903 Matt.Grosz@rsequity.com
Matt Grosz – Director | Acquisitions

Matt is Director of Acquisitions for Red Stone Equity Partners, LLC, where he is responsible for the origination, acquisition, financial underwriting, partnership structuring, and syndication of affordable housing and historic tax credit investments on the west coast. Matt has 13 years of combined experience in real estate investment, development, and LIHTC syndication. Prior to joining Red Stone, Matt operated as the chief investment officer for Chelsea Investment Corporation; a west coast based affordable housing development company. In that capacity Matt was responsible for structuring and securing financing on more than 1,300 housing units with total development costs approaching $500 million. Matt's development experience includes high density urban infill mixed use, suburban garden apartments, acquisition rehab, HUD preservation, rural development and farm labor housing, seniors housing and housing for special needs, veterans and homeless population. Matt maintains an expertise in structuring and closing transactions with federal 4% and 9% tax credits, state housing tax credits, renewable energy tax credits, HOME, MHP, MHP-SH, AHP, IIG, TOD, AHSC, USD A 514 and 515, HUD 202, 223(f), 236 and 221 (d)4, HAP mark to market and project based section housing choice vouchers.

Prior to joining Chelsea, Matt operated as an investment and mortgage banker for Red Capital Group in their low income housing tax credit equity syndication and multifamily mortgage banking divisions where he assisted in financing over 1,000 housing units with project costs in excess of $200 million. Before joining Red, he managed the Northern and Central California operations for a multinational residential mortgage bank.

Matt has a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from Saint Mary's College of California in Business and Economics and was honored as top in his class at the University of San Diego where he received a Master of Science in Real Estate Finance and Development.