Dean Egerter

Dean Egerter

Senior Managing Director

Mr. Egerter joined the firm in 2006 and serves on its Executive, Management & Investment Committees. Mr. Egerter is responsible for Fund Management including fund structuring and portfolio oversight of the firm's Opportunistic Fund series, including Funds I-VI, which have raised over $3.0 billion of discretionary capital including co-investment capital for investment in Education, Healthcare and Storage properties. These funds have invested in over $14 billion of gross transaction cost real estate and have realized on over $3.8 billion since the firm's founding. In addition to his Fund Management role, Mr. Egerter has responsibility for expanding the firm's institutional capital and consultant relationships that have contributed to the successful capital raises for the Opportunistic Fund series as well as for the firm's Core Fund. He also acts as the firm's Chief Capital Markets Officer, managing lender relationships and all interest rate derivatives. Mr. Egerter also oversees HSRE's research function and works on the development of new product/sector growth initiatives for the firm.

Prior to joining Harrison Street, Mr. Egerter was a Managing Director with Sterling Education Properties, a Chicago based real estate investment firm where he was responsible for the development of Sterling Education Properties' strategy of investing in education based real estate, including student housing. Over the course of his career, Mr. Egerter has completed and managed approximately $3.0 billion of real estate and corporate investments, financings and institutional fund raisings. While at Heller Financial from 1990-2001, Mr. Egerter was involved in Heller's institutional mezzanine fund which successfully made investments in senior housing, self storage, and student housing.

Mr. Egerter received a BA in Economics from Stanford University and an MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern. He is a member of the Pension Real Estate Association and its Capital Markets Group, the National Multifamily Housing Council, the Stanford Real Estate Council and the Editorial Board of Institutional Real Estate Letter – North America.