Brad A. Elg is the founder of Northwest Real Estate Capital Corp., and has been primarily responsible for establishing the corporation’s culture, systems, personnel and mission, that of intelligent housing preservation. Brad is a University of Idaho accounting graduate, a licensed CPA, a lifelong Idaho resident and Navy Veteran. His prior experience includes diversified public accounting experience with the firm of Coopers & Lybrand, involvement in real estate investment partnerships, and purchase, operation and sale of a number of operating companies. He has primary responsibility for corporate governance, accounting and financial reporting.
Noel Gill is an officer of Northwest Real Estate Capital Corp., and serves on the company’s Executive Management Team which monitors and controls the corporate personnel, cash flow, office policies and management. Noel has over 20 years of experience in HUD, RD, and Tax Credits, and a strong background in human resources. Noel is currently responsible for the corporate strategic goals and objectives, operations including compliance and human resources. This extends to the supervision of all personnel and activities related to the projects including: online systems, software, policies and procedures, regulatory changes, ongoing training, asset management, annual budgets, project expenses, HAP renewals, rent increases, compliance related to HAP subsidy billings, resident filings, review of project expenses, unit turn management, vacancies, agency inspections, agency correspondence, and monthly financial review of the projects.
Noel’s extensive training, experience and knowledge has earned him numerous certifications and recognition for affordable housing and tax credit programs at the same time advancing his career and professional standing.
Julie Marple is an officer of Northwest Real Estate Capital Corp., and serves on the company’s Executive Management Team. Julie’s background includes education at Boise State University and over 20 years experience in multiple aspects of real estate acquisition and development. Her experience includes several years with a local residential developer and home builder, where, as Finance Manager, project feasibility analysis, financing and investment proposals, equity requirement projections for projects, and oversight and management of debt exposure with various lenders were among her responsibilities. She also has background in client relationships, loan structuring, project analysis and underwriting with a national residential construction and development lender.
Julie’s multifamily affordable housing experience includes acquisition, financing, new construction and rehabilitation utilizing competitive 9% LIHTC with HUD Section 8 project based subsidy, USDA Rural Development financing with rental subsidy and ARRA Section 1602 Exchange Funds, and conventional mortgage refinance along with equity bridge financing.