Caliber, a full-service real estate investment company based in Scottsdale, has appointed real estate investment veteran Gregory Talcott as senior vice president of private client.
Prior to joining the firm, Talcott spent two years with Scottsdale-based competitor Virtua Partners, most recently as executive vice president of capital markets. According to Caliber, while at Virtua, he raised more than $100 million in capital investment last year from high net-worth individuals, registered investment advisors and institutional entities.
“We are pleased to have Greg join the team and build upon our solid foundation,” said Caliber CEO Chris Loeffler. “His skill set and attention to detail is well-suited to our processes and commitment to growth as Caliber recently launched its own Regulation A fund.”
Talcott previously served as a fiduciary for private wealth clients at Scottrade-TD Ameritrade, Basilica Wealth Management and Charles Schwab in Arizona, the Pacific Northwest and other markets for more than 15 years.
The company claims that during his time at Schwab, he led a team that managed more than $2.5 billion in assets that provided portfolio management and financial planning designed for a particular client suitability.
Talcott graduated from Arizona State University and holds FINRA Series 7, 9, 10, 63 and 66 securities licenses.
Caliber sponsors Caliber Tax Advantaged Opportunity Zone Fund LP., an opportunity zone fund that seeks to raise $500 million.