Mr. Arnold joined Eureka Multifamily Group in 2009, and has been active in the multifamily residential industry since 1985. Before joining Eureka Multifamily Group, Mr. Arnold was a Regional Vice President for AIMCO, one of the largest owners and operators of apartment communities in the United States, with over $14 billion in assets. During his 15 year tenure at AIMCO, Mr. Arnold rose from District Manager to lead AIMCO's Gulf Coast and West Regions. Prior to joining AIMCO in 1993, he was Director of Multifamily Operations for four years at Duddelsten Management Company of Dallas, where he managed 52 properties. Prior to Duddelsten, he was a Regional Property Manager for four years for Security Properties Inc. Mr. Arnold received his B.S. in Mathematics from Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
For over 25 years, David has been a pivotal leader in the property management industry working with various asset classes. During his career, he successfully managed more than 150 projects across the United States comprising approximately of 35,000 apartment units, 2,500 condominium units and 500,000 square feet of commercial and mixed use space representing in excess of $3 billion in real estate assets. Recently he worked with American Residential Communities overseeing a $500M+ portfolio in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and New York. While he has extensive management experience, David has also acted as a development consultant with the construction of over 4,000 Class A multifamily units. In addition to the development experience, he has also repositioned numerous B+C Class assets while supervising numerous major redevelopment projects across the country. David attended Southeastern College in Florida. He is a member of IREM and obtained his Certified Property Manager designation in 2005. David is also a licensed real estate broker in North Carolina and Oklahoma. He has been married to Diana Romanowski of Grand Rapids, Michigan for over 24 years. They have a daughter, Sierra, and two sons, Bryson and Spencer.
Mr. Grounds joined Eureka Multifamily Group in 2009, and has been active in the multifamily residential industry since 1987. Prior to joining Eureka Multifamily Group, Mr. Grounds was a Regional Vice President of Operations for Aimco and before this, served as the company's Regional Financial Officer and then as Vice President of Finance. During his tenure, he was responsible for over 15,000 apartment units in Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Prior to Aimco, Mr. Grounds was the Director of Asset Management Reporting and Analysis for Crescent Real Estate Equities in Fort Worth TX. Prior to Crescent Real Estate, Mr. Grounds was a Regional Asset Manager for ProLogis, which at the time, was the largest owner and operator of industrial warehouse distribution centers in the U.S. Preceding ProLogis, Mr. Grounds was the Controller for Fidinam Investment Consulting in Houston, a private investor in multifamily, commercial, and retail real estate. Prior to Fidinam, Mr. Grounds began his career as an auditor at Ernst & Young. Mr. Grounds received his B.A., with High Honors, in the Business Honors Program at the University of Texas. When Stewarts not in the office, he can usually be found spending time with his wife, Tasha, and their sons. If you participate in Dallas/Fort Worth area half-marathons, there is a chance you will run into Stewart and Tasha.
Mr. Robertson started with Eureka Multifamily Group in December of 2017 as Regional Vice President. He currently manages operations of the conventional portfolio throughout Houston and surrounding sub markets. Throughout his career, Mr. Robertson has managed over 30,000 units and managed rehabilitation projects of more than $100 million. This would include new construction development; rehabilitation value add communities up to receivership assets.
Mr. Robertson has over 20 years of experience in the property management field. His prior employment includes UAG, Birchmont Capital Advisors, Myan Management Group and Riverstone Residential Group. His prior experience includes student housing, tax credit, Section 8, conventional communities and new condo sales management through owner and fee management platforms. He is a Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor (CAPS) as well as a recipient of multiple Industry awards and nominations.
Mr. Campos founded Eureka Holdings in 2001, and has been active in the multifamily residential industry since 1990. Previously, Mr. Campos co-founded Hartex Property Group in 1991, where he was Managing Partner for 10 years before successfully selling the company in 2001. Hartex Property Group, an acquirer and manager of multifamily residential complexes, acquired a portfolio of over 14,000 residential units valued at over $500 million. Mr. Campos earned a BBA in Marketing and International Business from the University of Texas and a MBA from Harvard.
Mr. Wallis joined Eureka Holdings in 2001, and has been active in the real estate industry for over 30 years with Eikon/Campos Properties, Inc., Heller Financial, Amresco, Texas American Bank, and Republic Bank. He also worked for two years as Development Partner of Cencor Realty, a Dallas-based real estate brokerage, management, and development firm. Mr. Wallis earned a B.A. in English and Education from Bethany College, and an M.B.A in Finance from the University of Kansas.
Mr. Block joined Eureka Holdings in 2002 having been active in the multifamily and commercial real estate industry since 1985. Prior to joining Eureka Holdings, Mr. Block co-founded Acuity Solutions, a real estate marketing and technology company. Prior to co-founding Acuity, Mr. Block worked for four years as a real estate broker with Kennedy Wilson, a leader in the sale of commercial and multifamily property, and worked independently as a commercial broker for 11 years. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National leased housing Association, and is a member of the National Multi-Housing Council. Since joining Eureka Holdings, he has closed over $250MM in transactions, involving over 45 acquisitions and dispositions, and settled numerous complicated situations with Lenders Special Services and US Department of HUD. Mr. Block received his B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado, and his M.A. in Economics from Georgetown University.