Current Responsibilities – Josh Champion serves as President and Chief Investment Officer of CARROLL. In this role, he oversees the day to day operations of the company’s investment, portfolio management, and fund management platforms. Josh is responsible for the formulation and implementation of the firm’s national acquisition and disposition strategies along with developing capital partner relationships. He places a strong emphasis on corporate controls, transparency, and individual integrity as well as team development to ensure the firm meets the goals of its investors, partners, and employees. Josh joined CARROLL in 2011 as Vice President of Acquisitions to help establish the investment and fund management platforms. Since joining CARROLL, Josh has spearheaded more than $10.2 billion in multifamily real estate transactions.
Relevant Experience – Josh began his career with Prudential Mortgage Capital Company where he was involved in over $500 million of debt financing. He later worked in the Special Assets/REO group, where he performed valuation analysis and loan servicing responsibilities for $300 million in non-performing multifamily, office, industrial, retail, and hotel loans. He assumed asset management responsibilities for multifamily REO properties including the preparation and implementation of the business plan, budget preparation, property management oversight, capital projects, lease review and approval, and disposition. Josh also managed and monitored the performance of the balance sheet portfolio which consisted of investments in all property types and markets across the country, providing property and loan-level reporting including reserves, deficiencies, and loan performance statistics.
Education/Affiliations – Josh received a BBA in Real Estate with an emphasis in Finance from The University of Georgia where he also founded the Real Estate Alumni Network. Additionally, he is a co-founder of the Atlanta-Multifamily Network and is currently a member of the National Multifamily Housing Council as well as the Urban Land Institute.