Robert F. Schoetz
Robert has worked in the Real Estate finance and investment field for the last 23 years. As a partner of Roth-Schoetz, LLC, Robert has facilitated both debt and equity for various multi-million dollar real estate investment projects. Prior to co-founding Roth-Schoetz, LLC, Robert was a Regional Manager of a commercial real estate lending program in the CMBS group of a major investment bank on Wall Street. As Regional Manager, he specialized in the structuring of large loans for subsequent securitization into the CMBS market. Additionally, Robert has experience in investment banking / corporate finance working as the key transaction specialist for several major initial public offerings of hotel corporations and REITS.
Currently Robert is an adjunct professor at New York University Schack Institute of real estate where he teaches Financial Investment Analysis of Real Estate at the graduate level. Robert has also taught the Real Estate Investment and Portfolio Management class at the University of Connecticut Business School’s MBA program. He has published several articles in the real estate field, one of which was sited in a congressional debate on rent control/stabilization. Robert’s background provides expertise in debt and equity financings of real estate.
- Member of the Mortgage Bankers Association
- Member of the Real Estate Finance Association
- Member International Council of Shopping Centers Assoc.
- Member of Urban Land Institute (ULI)
- Active master’s degree alumni of the New York University Schack Institute of Real Estate
- Member of New York University Schack Institute of Real Estate Dean’s Circle
- Licensed real estate broker in New York state
- Bachelor of Arts in Economics and History from Washington University
- Master of Science in Real Estate from the New York University Schack Institute of Real Estate