Case Real Estate Capital, LLC (Case), a commercial real estate investment firm, welcomes Aysha Cox as a financial and investment analyst. In this role, Cox will work with the firm’s finance and asset management teams in underwriting, valuing, closing and managing its diverse investment portfolio.

Since its founding in 2013, Case has steadily expanded its platform and services and has surpassed the $125 million mark in investments. Case also plans to add another acquisitions officer to its team. The company is active as a high-yield private lender; a financier of transitional properties; a purchaser of performing, sub- and non-performing debt; and a mezzanine and equity investor. To further create opportunities for property owners and developers, the firm is now originating lower-interest loans in the $2 million to $8 million range for properties nearing stabilization.

“Aysha’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge will make her a key addition to Case,” said Chris Mavros, director, principal and chief financial officer of Case. “We view her appointment and our expansion as a sign of our commitment to further serve both our clients and investors. Our new programs as well as the increasing demand from our clients led us to look for an addition to our team who will fit in with our ethos of innovation and exceptional service. We are very pleased that we were able to find someone of Aysha’s caliber to fulfill this role.”

Prior to joining Case, Cox was a supervisor in asset management at Hudson Realty Capital, where she managed portfolio assets consisting of REO and NPL loans throughout the country, evaluated assets, and compiled investor reporting. Previously, she worked as a Florida licensed realtor® with Gulf Gateway Realty, Inc.; a pension accounting administrator with Pension Planners, Inc.; and a financial analyst with GATES Capital Group, LLC.

Cox earned her Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Florida Gulf Coast University, where she was a member of the Financial Managers Association and the Undergraduate Business Association.

“I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with Chris Mavros and Sandy Herrick again after many years together at Hudson,” said Cox. “Their expertise and dedication to Case’s growth are inspiring, and I look forward to contributing to the professionalism they have built in the Case team.”

Since its establishment, Case has concentrated on deals in the $2.5 million to $40 million range for transitional properties in the New York metro area, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, and south Florida. Its funds can be deployed as note purchases, bridge and acquisition loans or rescue and restructure capital.

The investment and origination expertise of Case’s principals adds further value to the company’s investments and loans for all asset types, including industrial, multi-family, residential for-sale, land, retail and office. Case helps local entrepreneurs take advantage of near-term profit opportunities.