Patrick Schultz has the benefit of more than forty years’ experience in the real estate industry and related capital markets. His career has been characterized by a primary focus, as a principal, upon entrance into and exit from leveraged real estate investments.
Patrick has developed specific and substantial expertise in the areas of joint venture investment, property finance and dispositions. His expertise has been applied to a variety of property types, markets, investment types, and investment structures.
Since 2015, Patrick’s primary focus has been the formation and growth of Lexton McDermott, a leading developer and manager of for-profit affordable housing in Colorado.
He has held a number of leadership positions during his career, including co-founding Oak Island Capital Management, a registered investment adviser, and Oak Island Investments. He has also managed a multi-region real estate company, served as interim head of real estate for one of the nation’s largest thrift consolidations and recapitalization transactions, and advised two major investment banks.
He is committed to service to at-risk children and their families and is involved in several community service and educational organizations. He is a former president of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Dallas and former chairman of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star Foundation. He is a member of the Salesmanship Club of Dallas which, through its Momentous Institute, has served kids and families for 100 years.
Patrick holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.