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SCS Company Executives
REX E. CRIM
Rex Crim is a co-owner and a managing member of SCS Capital Group, L.L.C. Mr. Crim's real estate experience includes development, project management, sales and service, financing and providing equity and JV partners for all facets of the real estate business including institutional funding of real estate companies. Mr. Crim has been involved in the real estate industry for over thirty years. He has been involved in over $1 billion in real estate transactions, including managing debt, creating joint ventures, and the formation of public companies. He has helped to take five (5) companies public, ranging from reverse mergers and roll-ups to IPO?s, and has worked with both institutional investors, such as REITs, institutional fund managers, hedge funds, syndication groups, TIC Funds and private investors. Mr. Crim has spent twenty-five years as a partner in various successful mortgage and merchant banking companies, in the process gaining expertise in real estate development, acquisitions, funding, deal structuring and joint ventures. Mr. Crim began his career as a residential real estate developer in the early 1970s.
Greg Woodliff in 1996 founded and ran his own commercial brokerage firm, specializing in placing debt and equity for his clients. He has concurrently served in partnership with TG Partners, focusing on acquisition of multifamily and retail properties in the Dallas/Fort Worth market, and responsible for their financial analysis and loan placements. From 1991 to 1996, Mr. Woodliff was a principal with Partners Capital Group, specializing in institutional investments in the healthcare industry. From 1988 to 1991, Mr. Woodliff was Asst. Vice President for Real Estate and Financial Services for Southmark Corporation, a NYSE traded company with over $8 billion in property assets, and also acted as Vice President for their wholly owned subsidiary, North American Funding Corporation, responsible for their real estate holdings, with a focus on multifamily holdings in excess of 180,000 units. Mr. Woodliff began his professional career at Kidder Peabody & Co., serving as a member of their Executive Corporate Services Group, responsible for managing portfolios of high worth individuals (min. investments, $3 million per individual). Mr. Woodliff received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Dedman College at Southern Methodist University of Dallas, TX, and received his BBA degree from the Cox School of Business, also at SMU.