Self-Storage Finance Firm Talonvest Hires New Relationship Manager

Talonvest Capital Inc., a boutique real estate adviser serving the self-storage industry, has hired Erich Pryor as a relationship manager. In his role, Pryor will manage client transactions from the initial underwriting, packaging and placing of debt via lender bids through loan structuring negotiation, credit approval and closing. In addition, he’ll work with fellow relationship manager Kim Leslie to expand and deepen the firm’s relationships with capital providers, including banks, credit unions, debt funds, conduit lenders and insurance companies.

Talonvest Capital Inc., a boutique real estate adviser serving the self-storage industry, has hired Erich Pryor as a relationship manager. In his role, Pryor will manage client transactions from the initial underwriting, packaging and placing of debt via lender bids through loan structuring negotiation, credit approval and closing. In addition, he’ll work with fellow relationship manager Kim Leslie to expand and deepen the firm’s relationships with capital providers, including banks, credit unions, debt funds, conduit lenders and insurance companies.

Pryor’s experience includes positions with The Bascom Group, GE Capital and LT Realty Ventures LLC. He’s a graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles and holds a real estate license.

“Erich’s capital-market knowledge, existing lender relationships and history with real estate owners will allow him to make an immediate impact for our clients,” said Talonvest Principal Tom Sherlock.

Founded in 2010 and based in Orange County, Talonvest structures debt and equity for self-storage and commercial real estate investors and developers nationwide. The principals of the firm have more than 80 years of combined experience structuring loans and equity investments for apartments, industrial, office, retail and self-storage properties.

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