Matt Brody serves as a senior managing director in the Capital Markets Group at Savills where he focuses on finding strategic debt and equity solutions for the firm’s clients. His supportive, comprehensive background in real estate finance includes roles in origination, underwriting, risk management, structuring, syndication and sales.His expertise is further anchored by a broad and deep collection of experiences at all points along the credit cycle, across all property types and for a variety of equity or ownership structures. During his 15-plus year career, he has transacted in excess of $10.5 billion of fixed- and floating-rate first mortgages and mezzanine loans (CMBS, bridge and construction).
Prior to joining Savills, Matt served as a managing director at Cantor Commercial Real Estate. In addition to assisting his client base nationwide, Matt was responsible for overseeing loan production efforts for the firm’s Washington, DC, office. Prior to moving to DC, he was based in CCRE’s New York office, having joined Cantor Fitzgerald in 2009 as one of the firm’s first hires tasked with helping launch its commercial real estate platform.
From 2004 to 2009, Matt held various positions in the real estate finance group at Credit Suisse where he contributed to conduit and large loan CMBS production. He also played a key role in several of the firm’s new business ventures including creative financing structures on condo conversions, ski resorts, casinos and peso-denominated assets in Mexico. Toward the end of his tenure at Credit Suisse, Matt performed marketing and management duties on note sales, restructurings and workouts for both performing and non-performing loans.
Matt began his career in Durham, NC, working in asset management and development for a local real estate firm. He is Series 7/63 licensed.
Duke University, Bachelor of Arts, English
- Advisory Services
- Capital Markets
- Investment Sales
- Loan Sales
- Senior Debt Placement
- Mezzanine Debt Placement
- Programmatic Equity Placement
- Joint Venture Equity Placement