Patrick Borchard

Patrick Borchard

Seeks Distressed Real Estate Opportunities
 

Currently employed at Pangea Properties

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    Summary

    A certified public accountant, Patrick Borchard serves as chief financial officer with Pangea Properties in Chicago. His firm operates as a privately held real estate investment trust and traditionally seeks out opportunities in distressed residential properties that require significant renovation and other value-add work after acquisition. Patrick Borchard and his team earned the Chicago Association of Realtors’ Good Neighbor Award from 2012 to 2014 and were ranked No. 42 on Inc. 5000's 2013 Fastest Growing Private Companies list. Since its establishment, Mr. Borchard’s firm has undertaken approximately $100 million in construction projects. Units owned and operated by Pangea Properties often make up some of the highest quality residential options in the Chicago, Baltimore, and Indianapolis neighborhoods in which the firm operates. Mr. Borchard has extensive knowledge and experience with Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and HUD multi-family mortgage products in addition to collateralized mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) loan executions in the capital markets. His firm also maintains membership in the National Multifamily Housing Counsel. A longtime Phish fan, Patrick has attended more than 50 of the band’s shows in locations from the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles to the Coventry Festival in rural Vermont. He is also an avid scuba diver and a devoted father to two little girls, 2 and 4.

Experiences

 

Chief Financial Officer

At Pangea Properties

From April 2011 to Present
 

Principal

At Pangea Equity Partners, LP

From June 2009 to April 2011
 

Senior Director, US P&L Leader

At Enova International, Inc.

From February 2008 to June 2009
 

University Of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana

Bachelors of Business Administration, University of Notre Dame

From September 1997 to June 2001