FCA Expands Team with the Hire of Real Estate Analyst

WHEATON, Ill., (December 12, 2017) – First Capital Advisors, LLC (FCA) is pleased to announce the recent hire of Daniel Ruzich who joins the team as a Real Estate Analyst

Dan will be responsible for supporting the Multifamily Acquisitions & Asset Manager in financial analysis of acquisition and existing assets, property management, and contribute to the creation of summary reports as well as investment memos. He will also be in charge of searching and reviewing new possible acquisitions in our targeted markets.

“I am very excited to be a part of the FCA team given their strategic direction and growth trajectory in the coming years,” Ruzich said. “I believe the company is positioned to continue to build on its success in 2018 as its looks to launch Fund II.”

Prior to FCA, Dan was at CBIC where he assisted in the underwriting, closing and managing of CIBC’s equity investments in multifamily affordable housing projects and other small business and real estate private equity funds that qualified under the Community Reinvestment Act. He aided in underwriting and closing of over $100 million of equity and mezzanine investments in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects throughout the Midwest region.

“With FCA’s first fund closing, we saw the need to hire someone who could assist on the financial side, due diligence, and closing of debt/equity investments on multifamily properties,” said Chris Pope, CEO. “We are excited to be able to grow our team and think Dan is a great fit for our company.”

First Capital Advisors, LLC is a fully integrated, self-administered and self-managed real estate investment firm focusing on the acquisition, ownership, and management of high quality real estate throughout the United States. First Capital is an affiliate of First Trust Portfolios L.P., a financial services firm founded in 1991. Additional information about First Capital Advisors can be found at the company’s website at fca-grp.com.

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