Mark Silber is a successful entrepreneur who has developed a sizeable commercial real estate portfolio by creating an infrastructure consisting of acquisition, management, development and construction businesses. His core business has been the acquisition and management of income producing garden style apartments throughout the United States in secondary and tertiary markets. He believes that these types of assets have experienced, and will experience, consistent growth in real estate cash flows and capital appreciation with limited financial pressure during challenging economic times.
Mark’s real estate career began in 2010, working with the owners of a large real estate owner/operator controlling a portfolio of over 5,000 units in New York City. He developed his acquisition and management expertise as the person in charge of all operations, including rent collections, maintenance and repairs, lease negotiations, tenant buy-outs and building refinancing’s.
In 2012, Mark rolled up his real estate holdings into a family office under the CCH Realty Inc. umbrella. CCH has focused on buying opportunistic garden style apartments throughout the United States, with a focus on value-add opportunities. In conjunction with the opening of CCH Realty, Mark founded Rhodium Capital Advisors as a real estate syndicator to assist with capital raising for real estate transactions. CCH Realty, through its subsidiaries, is a full-service real estate firm covering due diligence, acquisition management, maintenance, development and construction. EVU Residential, the management arm of CCH Realty manages thousands of units throughout the United States. Mr. Silber has developed a broad range of value added, unique relationships in the real estate sector which have enhanced his access to real estate product and real estate financing. In aggregate his companies have acquired approximately 25,000 units in the multi-family sector, with an aggregate value of approximately $2.5 billion.
Mr. Silber, through Vecta Partners LLC, acquired a controlling interest in the bank holding company (SNNY) which closed on June 1, 2022.