Closed on $440 million in loan originations during 2021
Active member of REACH Community Development's Housing Committee
Shana Daby joined Greystone’s FHA Underwriting Team in June 2017 as Managing Director and Deputy Chief Underwriter for the FHA lending team. She is currently Managing Director of Originations. Daby draws on her 20 years of experience focus on HUD, Agency and bridge multifamily housing transactions throughout the United States.
During 2021, she closed on $440 million in loan originations, a 50% increase from her first year as an originator in 2020. Daby currently manages on direct-loan originations pipeline of more than $500 million. Throughout her career, she closed on more than $2 billion in loans and equity investments in market-rate and affordable multifamily, as well as healthcare transactions.
At the start of her career, Daby purposefully sought out the Low Income Housing and New Markets Tax Credits work so she could help address social needs. Her goal is to become an expert in all products and understand their nuances so she can answer complicated questions asked by sophisticated multifamily property owners.
Daby serves as an active as a member of the REACH Community Development’s Housing Committee. She is also a member of the LIHTC subcommittee of the Mortgage Bankers Association and is involved with service activities for her child’s Catholic school.
These are just a few of the reasons we chose Shana Daby as one of Connect CRE’s Seattle & Northwest 2022 Women in Real Estate Award winners. Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Awards honor the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected positions of leadership and play key mentorship roles for others.
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