Specializes in the Placement of Debt and Equity for Commercial and Multi-family Real Estate Projects Nationwide

John has over 20 years of real estate experience and specializes in the placement of debt and equity for commercial and multi-family real estate projects nationwide.

Prior to joining Berkadia, John was owner of JC Cap, then Senior Director of Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp, then Principal in the Kansas City office of Johnson Capital from November 2006 until the company was sold in October 2015. From 1998-2006, John was Producer in GMACCM/Capmark's Kansas City office.

Throughout all of his career in mortgage banking, he has specialized in providing permanent debt financing on all types of income-producing properties including multifamily, retail, office, industrial, hospitality, self-storage, owner-user, and new construction.  Schorgl is an expert in placing loans with life insurance companies, conduit lenders, banks, and each of the agency lenders including FHA/HUD, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.  John has served on numerous industry panels and penned articles including those sponsored by Integra, CCIM, Midwest Real Estate News, and the KC Star.  He has many years of experience structuring tough transactions involving permanent financing (forward commitments and immediate fundings), construction and permanent financing, bridge and mezzanine loans, and equity capital for a variety type of transactions including more complicated deals involving project-based Section 8 HAP contracts, tax exempt bonds, historic tax credits, low-income housing tax credits, CID, and TIF projects.

He is also active in his community with many charities include Boys Hope, Upper Room, St. Michael’s, Heartland Therapeutic Riding, as well as, putting on the TFT Horse Show every year over Memorial Day weekend which raises thousands of dollars for local charities.

John earned BSBA in Finance/Accounting from the University of Missouri in 1993, an MBA from Rockhurst University in 1995, and his CCIM real estate designation in 2010.

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