We exist to provide our capital partners superior risk-adjusted returns by matching entrepreneurial strategies with institutional level oversight
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Red Summit Partners, LLC pursues opportunistic real estate investments in the United States. Red Summit sources value-add and distressed properties through foreclosure, bankruptcy, or short sales, and repositions them by adding extensive capital improvements, improving revenue, and reducing expenses using institutional-quality property management.
Red Summit drives superior risk-adjusted returns for our capital partners through rigorous financial analysis, intimate local market knowledge, and a unique focus on cutting-edge value creation.
While most wild animals run away from storms, buffalo run toward them to get to the other side more quickly. At Red Summit, we lean into challenges because we believe that is when value is created. Then we take decisive action.
As fiduciaries for our investors, we are trusted to make business decisions every day to maximize returns. As action steps are considered, we accept accountability from all stakeholders to ensure that our actions are fair to all concerned. We practice transparent, candid, and consistent communications with our investors.
Red Summit investment parameters are maintained within our circle of competence, and we use this circle as a filter for new opportunities. Once we decide to move forward, we use real-time data to constantly challenge our original theses to ensure maximum return on investment for each project.
We believe that creating a legacy is just as important as current success. We demonstrate this through a culture of developing ourselves and the people we work with. We know we’ve achieved this value when today’s employees become tomorrow’s leaders.
At Red Summit, we approach our business in the spirit of gratitude, joy, and fellowship. We develop relationships in our business beyond transactions, and work with others that share this principle. We prioritize family life for all our team members and partners.
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Ryan is a co-founder of Red Summit Partners, LLC, and manages acquisitions, financing, asset management, and dispositions.
Prior to Red Summit, Ryan served as Regional Director for The Bascom Group in Texas, where he worked with institutional debt and equity partners to acquire and reposition over 9,000 units with a total capitalization of $500 million in the state of Texas. Previously, he was the Director of Acquisitions at Sares Regis Group, where he pursued and acquired multifamily assets in Southern California, Colorado, and Arizona. Before that, Ryan served as Acquisitions Manager for Starpoint Properties, where he acquired retail properties nationwide. Ryan has acquired over 10,000 apartment units and over 500,000 square feet of retail property in his career.
Ryan received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Southern California and a Masters in Business Administration from Thunderbird. He is also a CCIM designee. He has served as speaker and panel member for numerous regional and national conferences, including Realshare, Urban Land Institute, Multifamily Executive, and MPF Yieldstar.
JR is a co-founder of Red Summit Partners, LLC, and manages acquisitions, due diligence, and construction management for portfolio assets.
He was a founding member of United Renovations, an industry leader, and one of the largest multifamily renovation companies in the US. United Renovations oversaw the strategic planning and renovation of over 500,000 thousand units in almost 20 years. JR served as its President until it was sold to a large Silicon Valley technology company in 2017.
JR also founded CapGro Construction Management, a strategic partner for institutional-level real estate companies that oversaw the repositioning of over 100,000 multifamily units. While overseeing United Renovation and CapGro, JR founded and served as Editor in Chief of Renovator Magazine, a Multifamily industry-leading publication and an APEX International Award winner.
Prior to founding Red Summit, JR was a founder of Hive Properties, a Dallas-based real estate entity focused on changing and impacting lives by providing safe, clean, affordable workforce housing.
JR sits on the board of several local and national non-profits and has active consulting roles in other service businesses.
Ted is a Managing Principal at Red Summit Partners, LLC and oversees asset management and construction management.
Ted has over 3 decades of real estate experience and has been involved in over $5.0 billion of acquisition and disposition transactions. Ted has extensive experience in real estate management, including multifamily asset management, property management, acquisitions, disposition, renovations, and repositioning.
Prior to Red Summit, Ted was with Cushman (FKA Pinnacle) for 13 years and served as Senior Vice President of Operations and Asset Management. Prior to Pinnacle, he was a principal with Warner Alan Properties, Vice President of Operations for Fath Properties, and Divisional Operations Manager for Krupp Realty Company (now Berkshire Group). Ted has overseen the execution of conventional, affordable, and student housing.
Ted graduated from Southwest Texas State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
KC is a Managing Principal at Red Summit Partners, LLC and advises the team on acquisitions, financing, and asset management.
Prior to joining Red Summit Partners in 2021, KC co-founded Moxiebridge and Knightvest Capital. Founded in 2018, Moxiebridge specializes in repositioning industrial assets in Texas. Moxiebridge has completed north of $400 million in transactions. Prior to Moxiebridge, Kronbach was co-founder and Managing Partner for Knightvest Capital headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Founded in 2007, Kronbach helped grow Knightvest Capital into one of the largest multifamily owners in the southwest. Kronbach acquired over $3 billion in real estate investments throughout almost 100 properties totaling approximately 30,000 housing units. Under KC’s stewardship, Knightvest Capital achieved a 9-year net investor IRR north of 30%, making it one of the top investment firms in the southwest.
In addition to founding Moxiebridge and Knightvest, Kronbach is Managing Principal for a private family investment office named Bridge Hollow Investments. Additionally, KC is an active member of the Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) and Munger Place Church.
In 1998, KC graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He completed his graduate degree in Organizational Leadership and Ethics from St. Edward’s University in 2003.
Michael serves on the investment committee for Red Summit Partners, LLC, and advises the firm on financing and accounting matters.
In addition to Red Summit, Michael Medanich serves as CFO of Bridge Hollow Investments. Prior to Bridge Hollow Investments, Michael served as Vice President of Debt Capital markets at Hilltop Securities, where he helped grow the specialty finance business. Michael also helped create and underwrite $500 million of asset-backed commercial paper to support firm funding. In addition, Michael was responsible for leading and expanding the investment committee procedures and processes where he presented over $ 2 billion of transactions to the investment committee. Michael graduated from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor’s in Economics.
Greyson is a Senior Analyst at Red Summit Partners (“Red Summit”), and assists with acquisitions, financing, asset management, investor relations, and dispositions.
Prior to Red Summit, Greyson served as an Operations Specialist at Boxbot, a venture-backed startup in the Bay Area building autonomous vehicles for last-mile delivery. In addition, Greyson helped grow and manage the finances and operations for a $1MM ARR operation.
Graduating Magna Cum Laude from UT Dallas with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Greyson was selected by the President of UT Dallas to give the commencement speech at his graduation. He completed his Master of Science in Finance from USC in 2018 and was elected President of the Marshall Master in Finance Association, the internal student council for his cohort.
While in school, Greyson interned for Stream Realty Partners, Dale Carnegie Training, and Ericsson. Greyson is a graduate of the Dale Carnegie Course and enjoys playing golf in his spare time.