Projects We Like
Properties in good locations with strong population growth
Up-and-coming Neighborhoods in urban areas
Interior/Exterior needs a refreshed look & feel
Apartments with below market rents
Benefits of Investing Locally
As an investor, you can visit the property in person to monitor it’s progress
Local investment improves the neighborhoods we live in
Direct investment that cuts out the middle man
Why we keep debt levels low
We are able to generate cash flow for shareholders while still paying debt payments
Having too much debt could bias when a property needs to be sold
Reduces risk of loan default
Meet Our Team
We believe that people of all income levels ought to be able to invest in commercial real estate.
Since these projects are in our neighborhoods, we can keep our investment dollars local and improve the communities where we live and work.
Jamison Manwaring is Co-founder and CEO of Neighborhood Ventures. Prior to Neighborhood Ventures, he served as the Vice President of Investor Relations at LifeLock and assisted the company in its successful sell to Symantec in February of 2017. Prior to LifeLock, Jamison was a technology analyst at Goldman Sachs where he participated in over a dozen software IPOs including Tableau, Alarm.com and LifeLock. Jamison graduated from the University of Utah with a BS in Finance.
John Kobierowski is Co-founder and President of Real Estate at Neighborhood Ventures. John has over 25 years of commercial real estate experience. During his career he has personally closed over 1,400 multifamily transactions, developed over 800 condominium units and has owned over 1,000 apartment units, homes and condos. He is currently Senior Managing Partner and Co-Founder of ABI Multifamily. Prior, he was a founding adviser of Hendricks & Partners (Berkadia.) John graduated from Arizona State University.
Rocky is Lead Designer for Neighborhood Ventures. She also spearheads the company’s marketing and branding. Before joining the team, she owned her own design firm, working throughout Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. She has extensive real estate experience and holds an active Realtor license in Arizona. She has honed her skills at branding and marketing through her previous entrepreneur ventures in music and high end clothing retail. She graduated with degrees in English Literature and Political Science from Arizona State University.
Jenn has over 20 years of combined experience in multi-family, residential project management as well as commercial & commercial broker project management. Prior to her construction management career, Jenn worked in the new home sales industry and continues to hold an Arizona Real Estate License.
Sake is Design Manager at Neighborhood Ventures where he is responsible for developing design strategies, coordinating building efforts and managing investor communication. Before joining Neighborhood Ventures he ran a full service, residential interior design firm based in Salt Lake City, UT. He prides himself on his attention to detail, obsession with quality and love for local craftspeople. Sake graduated from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a diploma in residential planning.
Daniel produces the video content for Neighborhood Ventures. Prior to joining Neighborhood Ventures, Daniel spent several years working on feature and commercial productions in Arizona. His previous documentary work has earned him numerous awards including a 2018 Telly Award. Daniel Received his Bachelors degree in Broadcasting from the University of Oklahoma.
Heikki is a Financial Analyst for Neighborhood Ventures. He graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Finance and received the Moeur Award for highest academic standing. Heikki was a student athlete for the Sun Devils and is also national champion of Finland in his sport of diving.
Thomas M. Brophy
Thomas M. Brophy is Director of Research at Neighborhood Ventures where he is responsible for market analysis and reporting, as well as, corporate communications. Thomas has over 15 years of commercial real estate experience with emphasis on land entitlement, acquisition/rehabilitation and research/data analytics.