Cesarina A. Templeton
Cesarina A. Templeton is Senior Vice President of Overland Realty Capital LLC (“ORC”). Ms. Templeton originates and underwrites equity and mezzanine investments in real estate transactions for ORC. Ms. Templeton has over 10 years of experience in the U.S. real estate industry in both the private sector and capital markets.
Ms. Templeton was formerly Assistant Vice President of Key Global Capital, Inc. (“KGC”), a subsidiary of KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY). From December 2002 to May 2004 she assisted in the origination of over US$30 Million in equity and mezzanine investments in targeted U.S. markets for KGC. In addition, Ms. Templeton analyzed potential real estate transactions, prepared investor presentations and was well informed about macroeconomic and market trends in real estate and the U.S. economy generally. Ms. Templeton also assisted in establishing the KGC real estate product origination office in Boston.
From August 2001 through September 2002, Ms. Templeton attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Real Estate where she was awarded a Masters of Science in Real Estate Development. At MIT’s Center for Real Estate, Ms. Templeton participated in a rigorous, balanced and grounded course of study that provided a broad understanding of all aspects of real estate. Prior to her acceptance at MIT, Ms. Templeton was the Director of Commercial Real Estate for Equity Residential Properties Trust (NYSE: EQR), the largest Apartment REIT in the US. At Equity Residential, Ms. Templeton provided direction for all non-core assets acquired by the REIT along the northeast corridor. Her responsibilities included making leasing and capital decisions as well as helping to determine if an asset was suitable for disposition. From January 1996 – September 1998, Ms. Templeton was an Asset Manager for CB Richard Ellis Whittier Partners (commercial real estate) and Boston Capital (multifamily).
Ms. Templeton holds a B.A. from Boston University and an M.S.R.E.D from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.