Craig V. Kegg

Craig V. Kegg

Senior Vice President
Office Manager, Production
Columbus, OH
CKegg@Grandbridge.com
614-358-4105

Bio

Craig began his career in real estate finance in 1995. As a senior vice president with Grandbridge Real Estate Capital and Office Manager of the Columbus office, Craig’s primary responsibility is to originate debt and equity financing for public and private real estate owners through a variety of capital sources which include insurance companies, investment banks, governmental agencies, commercial banks and credit institutions.

Craig has experience in the origination, structuring, placement and closing of various real estate product types including, retail, office, industrial, hospitality, multifamily and medical office. Financing facilities closed include permanent loans (both forward and immediate commitments), equity raisings, interim or bridge facilities, and construction loans.

Prior to joining Grandbridge in 2005, he was a vice president within the Debt Capital Raising Group of Banc of America Securities in Charlotte, NC. While working with the firm, he was involved in the sourcing, structuring, and underwriting of commercial real estate transactions, the aggregation and due diligence associated with securitizations, rating agency and b-piece buyer exchanges, and the ultimate sale of the securities comprising the firm’s commercial mortgage-backed securities offerings. He began his career as a lending officer with State Savings Bank (now Fifth Third) in Columbus, Ohio.

Craig is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He is a past member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) where he served both as a member of the Columbus District Council Advisory Board and as Vice Chair for Mission Advancement. He is also a past member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and has been a lecturer and speaker for various real estate centered organizations and groups including the Appraisal Institute, ICSC, the Columbus Board of Realtors, and the Fisher School of Business at The Ohio State University.

Representative closings

Bent Tree Apartments

  • $4,025,000
  • 108 units
  • Refinance
  • Fannie Mae
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg

Ohio Refinance

  • $1,200,000
  • 62,496 square feet
  • Refinance
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig Kegg

Crown

  • $4,000,000
  • 54,898 square feet
  • Refinance 
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig Kegg

ZBP Portfolio

  • $2,875,000
  • 2 properties
  • Refinance
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg

Redna Terrace

  • $2,000,000
  • 74,521 square feet
  • Refinance
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg

2260 Henderson Road

  • $700,000
  • 14,595 square feet
  • Acquisition
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg

Champlin, Minnesota Warehouse

  • $5,350,000
  • 84,470 square feet
  • Acquisition 
  • Bank
  • Originated by Craig Kegg

Bloomfield Apartments

  • $5,620,000
  • 160 units
  • Refinance 
  • Fannie Mae
  • Originated by Craig Kegg

American Colony Apartments

  • $1,500,000
  • 260 units
  • Supplemental
  • Freddie Mac
  • Originated by Craig Kegg

Britains Lane

  • $2,000,000
  • 149,200 square feet
  • Refinance
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig Kegg

Crown Grand Rapids

  • $6,150,000
  • 80,000 square feet
  • Refinance
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg

Meridian Street

  • $7,080,000
  • 175,998 square feet
  • Acquisition
  • Bank
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg

The Diplomat

  • $8,600,000
  • 32 units/4 retail spaces
  • Refinance
  • BB&T Real Estate Funding
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg and H.E. (Ted) Schmidt III

Ft. Wayne, Indiana Warehouse

  • $4,000,000
  • 54,898 square feet
  • Refinance 
  • Insurance company
  • Originated by Craig Kegg

Slate Hill Apartments

  • $2,425,000
  • 64 units
  • Refinance
  • Fannie Mae
  • Originated by Craig V. Kegg

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