Robert N. Goodman is Chairman and CEO of The Resmark Companies. The founder of Resmark, Mr. Goodman has over 40 years of experience in real estate finance and asset management. Since establishing Resmark in 1995, he has guided over 220 investments with more than 34,000 single-family and multifamily residential units, and has committed approximately $3.4 billion of capital.
Mr. Goodman has served on the boards of directors of four publicly traded companies, including two REITs. He currently sits on the Advisory Council of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate Advisory Board, and the Board of Regents of the City of Hope. For many years, he was on the boards of the Los Angeles Police Foundation, City of Hope National Medical Center (including two years as Chairman of the Beckman Research Institute), Bet Tzedek Legal Services, and Oakwood School (an independent K-12 school in North Hollywood, California).
Mr. Cohen joined Resmark in 2001. With more than 20 years of real estate experience, he has been involved in the financing and development of over 15,000 residential units in the United States and Israel. Mr. Cohen’s responsibilities include overseeing the day-to-day operations and strategy for Resmark Apartment Living and Resmark Impact Ventures. Under his direction since 2011, Resmark’s multifamily division has acquired and developed over 5,000 units through joint venture and direct investments. Previously, Mr. Cohen established the firm’s Northern California Division in 2003 and successfully expanded its California operations. He also led Resmark’s emergence as a key player in the area of direct investments in land and housing in 2007.
Prior to joining Resmark, Mr. Cohen was a member of Fieldstone Communities’ management team, where he was responsible for land acquisition and entitlements, product design, construction management, and sales and marketing operations for multiple projects. Before arriving in the United States, he served as an operations manager for Peled Residential Construction in Israel and prior to that as an officer in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Mr. Cohen sits on the National Association of Home Builders Multifamily Leadership Board. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Tel Aviv University, and a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University.
Ms. Bartlett joined Resmark in 2007 and oversees Resmark’s asset management groups for Land and Housing, Apartment Living and Resmark Impact Ventures. Ms. Bartlett’s expertise includes mentorship, due diligence, corporate governance, financing and loan negotiations, dispositions, investor reporting and back office management. Previously, Ms. Bartlett was extensively involved in business plan development, new investment origination, asset and property management, and investor reporting for Resmark Apartment Living.
Ms. Bartlett draws on real estate investment and finance experience that spans origination, underwriting, asset management, and brokerage services across all residential and commercial real estate product types. Before joining Resmark, she managed debt and equity obligations totaling over $4 billion and asset managed a portfolio of over 30,000 residential lots for one of the nation’s largest privately owned master planned and mixed-use developers. Her background also includes positions with Fremont Investment & Loan, Tarsadia Hotels, Finova Realty Capital, and Sperry Van Ness.
Ms. Bartlett earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, magna cum laude, with a Management minor, from the University of California, Irvine.
Ms. Bartlett is a member of Urban Land Institute, and a member of the Center for Real Estate Advisory Board at the University of California, Irvine Paul Merage School of Business, where she is also part of the Executive Mentoring program. She formerly served as a member of the Planning Commission for the City of Irvine, California.
Mr. Herrmann joined Resmark in 2012. He oversees the company’s finance, accounting and treasury departments and plays an active role in its many investment programs and long-range strategic planning.
Previously, he served as Vice President at EJL Homes, a successor company to national homebuilder John Laing Homes, where he was actively involved in all current projects and in identifying new housing development opportunities, along with managing the accounting and finance functions. He formerly held the position of Vice President, Corporate Development, at John Laing Homes, and also served in several other finance and accounting-related executive positions at the company.
Mr. Herrmann began his career at Ernst & Young in the real estate group. He graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics with a concentration in Accounting, and is a certified public accountant (inactive).
Ms. Wilson has been with Resmark since 2005 and performs all the investment underwriting functions for the company. With approximately 40 years of experience in the real estate industry, her expertise spans the acquisition, entitlement, development, financing, leasing, management, and disposition of projects in the residential, multifamily, retail, office, industrial, land, and hospitality markets.
Before joining Resmark, she was Senior Vice President of Development for Price Legacy Corporation, a publicly traded REIT. Prior to Price Legacy, she spent 15 years as a private developer and asset manager in the San Diego, California area.
Ms. Wilson holds a California real estate broker license; and received a Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in Finance from San Diego State University.
Mitchell Goodman joined Resmark in 2003. As Chief Operating Officer, he oversees Resmark’s Capital Markets (both debt and equity) and administration activities. In addition, he is responsible for cash management and treasury functions.
Previously, as Senior Vice President, Finance and Treasurer, he managed Resmark’s banking relationships, loan originations, lines of credit, business development, and strategic planning initiatives and execution. Earlier, he was an Asset Manager in Resmark’s Land and Housing division where he managed a 3,000-unit portfolio of geographically and product diversified assets located in California, Arizona and Florida.
Mr. Goodman is a member of the Board of Directors of HomeAid America and the National Association of Home Builders Multifamily Leadership Board. In addition, he sits on the Executive Committee of the Board of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, and the Board of the Anti-Defamation League’s Pacific Southwest Region. He attended the University of Southern California where he majored in Business Administration.
Mr. Sipowicz joined Resmark in 2013. His responsibilities include multifamily development, value-add renovation, repositioning, and lease-up of wholly-owned development investments; strategy and business plan development; and investor reporting. He also plays a key role in assessing revenue and operational assumptions in the origination of new investments and directs all asset management and property operations management for Resmark’s joint venture and wholly-owned multifamily investments.
Previously, he served as Vice President at WintenAmerica, the United States commercial real estate operation of Australia’s Winten Development. At Winten, he was directly responsible for all business operations and compliance, including the management of over 70 multifamily investments and disposition of commercial real estate assets. His role also included management of loans, annual operating budgets, financial models, asset repositioning and value-add improvements, and marketing and sales strategies.
Before his tenure with Winten, Mr. Sipowicz was an underwriter, asset manager and special assets manager for Macquarie Investment Bank, where he established and maximized high-value business relationships and strategic alliances for successful operation and recurring business. His professional experience also includes positions at Union Bank and Fremont Investment & Loan.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in International Business, from California State University, Long Beach.
Mr. O’Neil joined Resmark in 2011 and is responsible for all aspects of business development, investment originations, underwriting, and due diligence for multifamily investments in the Mid-Atlantic region and Texas.
Previously Mr. O’Neil was a financial analyst and asset manager at IHP Capital Partners’ Washington, DC office, where he provided analytical support on investments in residential real estate joint-venture projects. His professional experience includes positions with Newmark Knight Frank and a Maryland-based private development firm.
Mr. O’Neil earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Middlebury College.