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Eighteen Capital Names Gary Newbold VP of Asset Management

Leawood, KS-based Eighteen Capital Group (18CG), a private equity firm focused on multifamily real estate, has hired Gary Newbold as VP of asset management. Newbold was most recently the managing director of asset management at a real estate investment firm in Dallas, where he is based.

In his new role, Newbold will conduct risk analyses, perform regular property inspections, evaluate 18CG’s assets and properties, and develop ownership, program renewal, and risk management strategies to maximize 18CG’s continued growth.

Newbold has been part of the real estate industry since 2003. In his previous positions, he has improved operating economics in repositioning distressed assets and driven continuous improvements in generating revenue growth across portfolio properties. According to 18CG, Newbold is recognized for a unique combination of exceptional business and technical acumen for regularly advising C-Suite and senior executives on asset management, acquisitions, and dispositions.


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