Vice President of Acquisitions
& Business Development
Dean Stambules is the Vice President of Acquisitions at Sage Investments. Dean oversees the Real Estate Investment group’s acquisition efforts and is focused on ensuring the success of these investments throughout their life cycle, including: the identification of value enhancement opportunities, maximizing the capital structure and execution of the business plan through disposition.
Dean joined Sage in the fall of 2014 and has been an integral member of the deal team since then. He was instrumental in rebuilding Sage’s investment model; and has been involved in nearly all of Sage’s new business related to acquisitions, development and third-party management contracts – totaling 40+ unique transactions and management contracts – over the past four years.
Most recently, Dean held the position of Director of Feasibility at Sage where he was responsible for the oversight of the analyst team, as well as the final underwriting and quantitative / qualitative analysis for new investment and management opportunities. Some of the notable recent projects Dean managed in this capacity include: the acquisition of the Homewood Suites D.C., the recapitalization and repositioning of the Oxford Hotel in Denver, and third-party management of The Alexandrian and Morrison House in Alexandria, Virginia – among many others.
Prior to joining Sage, Dean was as an Analyst at Hunter Hotel Advisors where he worked in the Capital Markets division and focused on the underwriting and placement of hotel real estate debt and equity. Prior to that, he served as an Associate at Welsh Chester Galiney Matone, a consulting firm in Northern New Jersey, where he developed a strong foundation in real estate valuation for all commercial property types.
Dean graduated with honors from Denison University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and was also the recipient of The Kussamaul Award, which is given to the Denison student “who has contributed the most to the local community during their four years.” Dean remains active in his local community and is also a member of the Young Hospitality Investment Professionals group (YHIP).
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