“There’s a demand for this asset class that’s just not being fulfilled” | CAPRE’s Mountain West Student Housing Forum Preview with Fountain Residential Partners’ Brent Little

DENVER, CO -- Brent Little, Partner at Fountain Residential,  has been instrumental in the development and construction of well over $2 billion of multifamily rental and condominium properties, as well as office, retail, and commercial properties, in a career spanning over 20 years. He has led various divisions of JPI Luxury and JPI Student Living Development and Construction, as well as with other major developers such as Echelon Residential, The Related Group of Florida, Trammel Crow Residential, and First Worthing. Before co-founding Fountain Residential Partners, Brent served as Executive Vice President and National Development Partner at Place Properties where he opened the Dallas office and was responsible for over $900M of the company’s development activities across the country over a four year period. Brent will be a featured speaker at CAPRE's Mountain West Student Housing Forum on August 8. CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Brent. Tell us a bit about your firm and your value proposition. Little: I started off in conventional multi-family back in the 80s. Since 2001, I’ve worked exclusively in the student and collegiate housing markets. We started Fountain Residential Partners nine years ago. We’re a very small shop, and we use third parties for property management, construction management, etc. We do 2-3 deals a year. At other places, we would do as many as 13 projects in a year, but now we say that we work in a margin shop rather than a volume shop. CAPRE:…