Jim Schulte, President and Principal

Jim Schulte

Jim is President for Restore West where he oversees investing, rehabilitation and leasing activities. In the course of a diverse 25 - year career in various as aspects of real estate development, investment and consulting Jim has proven himself to be skilled at planning and developing real estate projects, securing development rights, completing successful investments and evaluating market conditions. His real estate career includes management team roles at Kennecott Land and Boeing where he was responsible for the planning and entitlement of 89, 000 acres in Salt Lake and a 260 - acre infill project in Long Beach, CA. Other activities in his career have included apartment acquisitions totaling over $75 million for Archstone, and international real estate consulting assignments. Jim holds an MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA and a BBA in real estate and finance from SMU.

Steve Riter, Principal

Steve Riter

Riter has over 30 years of residential development experience.Prior to co - founding McKinley Partners, Riter was a member of Mission Valley Properties where he acquired and entitled of 635 residential units for development throughout Northern California. Prior to joining Mission Valley Properties, he was the Vice President of Land Acquisition and Development at Catellus Residential Group(CRG). From 1997 to 2000, Riter built CRG's Northern California building division into a regional presence as a California homebuilder. Riter's experience includes residential land acquisition and development experience with SummerHill Homes, a subsidiary of Marcus & Millichap Inc. Riter was also the Vice President of Acquisition for Southwest Diversified / Coscan(now known as Brookfield Homes) from 1990 to 1994. From 1984 to 1990, He was Project Controller for the Vintage Club and later transitioned to Manager of Land Acquisition for Vintage Properties a $1 .1 billion dollar mixed - use residential and commercial development company. Riter is a member of the Board of Directors of The Seneca Center and City Beach Inc. He received a Bachelors of Science in Business from Brigham Young University and conducted MBA studies at John F.Kennedy University.

Rich Beck, Vice President

Rich Beck

Rich Beck is the Vice President of Investment and Asset Management for Restore West where he underwrites investments and reports on the acquisition activity. Rich's background includes experience in the real estate and financial services industries. Prior to joining the team, Rich worked for Orion Management Group where he managed the operations of a $10M real estate fund, oversaw the development of additional units, and effectively listed several apartment complexes. Prior to Orion, Rich was a Finance Co - op for Johnson and Johnson where he managed the $500M revenue process, calculated $10M royalty payments, and supported departments with their budgets and $25M in expenses.Rich holds a B.A.in Business Administration from the Marriott School at Brigham Young University.

Jon Neviaser, General Manager

Jon Neviaser

Jon is the General Manager for Rize Property Management where he oversees property management operations for Restore and new business development for third party clients. He has extensive experience in operations management, business development and sales within real estate and previously the outdoor industry. Throughout his real estate career he has focused on providing clients with the maximum return on investment while constantly improving operations platforms to gain efficiencies. Jon previously held a management role at JG Real Estate in Philadelphia where he managed evolving operations of a rapidly growing client base. He has a BA in political science from the University of Vermont.

Chris Meyer, Senior Project Manager

Chris Meyer

Chris Meyer leads Restore Utah’s construction and solar divisions and has managed over 400 solar installations and over 400 renovation projects totaling more than $16mm. Chris has over 10 years of extensive construction management experience totaling more than $750mm, ranging from educational and healthcare facilities to high-end residential construction and building renovations projects. Previous to Restore Utah Construction, Chris worked for Hensel Phelps Construction, one of the leading builders in the nation ranked highly in ENR’s Top 400 Contractors.

Chris is a certified Project Management Professional and holds a B.S. in Construction Management from Brigham Young University – Idaho.

Charley Howarth, Finance & Accounting Director

Charley Howarth

Charles is the Director of Finance and Accounting for Rize Property Management and oversees both property management and fund level financial reporting. Charles has over 20 years of a real estate accounting experience including positions with Ernst and Young’s real estate division as a Senior Accountant, Portfolio Controller with Cottonwood Residential, and developing family holdings that include 350+ multi-family units along with commercial rental space and single family home construction. Most recently, Charles was the Corporate Controller for a Utah based home builder, Fieldstone Homes, which achieved annual revenues in excess of $100 million. Charles earned a Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and his Masters of Accountancy from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is currently pursuing his CPA license.