Taylor Greer is a recognized entrepreneur in the real estate community, currently leading a multi-faceted residential organization with offices throughout the Sacramento area. His many licenses and years of experience in Real Estate Brokerage, Mortgage Origination, Appraisal and Home Building create an uncanny backdrop of experience to lead the private money lending organization at Carlile Private Finance. Relationships built in these contiguous businesses will lend to the organizations credibility and success. Taylor's investor contacts and construction colleagues will be initial drivers of the lending organization, providing certain capital and deal flow.
Justin Fatzer is among the top residential appraisers in the Sacramento area. Actively managing and completing over 2,000 appraisals per year, he is often called upon for his precise market knowledge. Mr. Fatzer is known by nearly all real estate agents in the central valley for his uncanny ability to evaluate unique and historic property. He's also well regarded by home remodelers (flippers) for providing future value opinions based on construction bids and line item finishes. He ascribes his two major influences to growing up on a farm raising pigs, and playing at an ultra-competitive level of soccer for Sacramento State University, for his work ethic. Justin has inspected more than 30,000 homes in the greater Sacramento area. His knowledge and expertise in regional market areas has given him recognition as a top residential appraiser.
Benjamin Cadranel, is a licensed California Attorney who also holds a Masters of Accounting and Finance with nearly a decade of legal and business experience. Ben has transacted approximately $100 million dollars in commercial real estate deals as the lead attorney in his career. Ben was also the Chief Compliance Officer for a California Finance Lending Company originating and servicing $5 million in chattel/residential loans during his tenure. In that time, Benjamin successfully passed a bi-annual Department of Business Oversight Lenders Audit with merely two minor corrective actions needed on the first pass.
Benjamin is highly active in the Foster Care community, acting as Director of Resource Development for the Yolo County Foster and Kinship Care Program. Benjamin is an appointed member of the City of Woodland Mobile Home Fair Practices Commission. He also sits on the Woodland Community College Foundation Board of Directors, teaches Business Law and Accounting at the college, and is part of the Woodland Sunrise Rotary Club.