HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton will moderate Urban Land Institute (ULI) Houston's annual Capital Markets Discussion, which is February 18 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Rice University's McNair Hall in the Anderson Family Commons. It is jointly hosted by ULI Houston's Young Leaders and the Rice University Real Estate Club.
Hinton will moderate the panel discussion on real estate capital markets and investments across global, U.S. and Houston markets in 2019 and beyond. The panel comprises Houston leaders Doug Goff, who supports portfolio acquisitions at Hines; Catherine Justice, who is responsible for conventional multifamily originations throughout Texas for Freddie Mac; and Andy Lusk, who is head of acquisitions at Lionstone. Visit ULI Houston's event website to register for this event. For more information about ULI Houston, please click here.
In honor of the event, Mr. Hinton answered questions about topics relating to the Houston commercial real estate and capital markets.
Jimmy Hinton serves as managing director of HFF and is responsible for the firm’s national research efforts. He works with the executive management team to assist in investor relations, corporate and digitalization strategies and to inform both HFF staff and firm clients with in-depth analysis of economic, property and capital market trends. He is also responsible for providing market reporting, client presentations and deal-specific analysis for debt and equity placement and investment advisory assignments. Mr. Hinton’s responsibilities include substantial interaction with pension funds, insurance companies, regional and CMBS lenders, REITs, foreign investors and private equity funds.
Prior to his role as managing director, Mr. Hinton worked at Cadence Bank, N.A. (fka Community Bancorp, LLC), a de novo bank holding company formed in 2009 to invest $1 billion of equity in distressed financial institutions. Mr. Hinton’s responsibilities included mergers and acquisitions, investor and regulatory relations, corporate governance and CRE loan portfolio management.
Prior to Cadence Bank, Mr. Hinton served as an associate director, research and real estate analyst at HFF, underwriting, valuing and facilitating debt and structured finance transactions, as well as equity placements.
During his tenure at HFF, Mr. Hinton has supported the execution of more than 200 commercial real estate transactions totaling more than $5.5 billion in more than 20 states. Mr. Hinton first joined HFF in February 2005 after working in the private wealth management industry for two years.