Kelley Klobetanz Joins Greystone’s FHA Team
July 31, 2017
Greystone announced that Kelley Klobetanz has joined as a Managing Director on the FHA team. In this role, Ms. Klobetanz will focus on expanding client relationships in the multifamily, affordable and healthcare sectors, and strategic initiatives to further streamline the FHA process for Greystone clients. Based in Denver, Colorado, Ms. Klobetanz will team with Senior Managing Director Scott Thurman to further expand Greystone’s lending expertise and availability to clients in the west.
Prior to joining Greystone, Ms. Klobetanz was a Senior Vice President and FHA Deputy Chief Underwriter at Prudential Huntoon Paige Associates, Ltd. She is MAP and LEAN certified to underwrite HUD-insured transactions and has worked on over 70 deals totaling $1 billion in her 15-year career. Prior to joining Prudential, Ms. Klobetanz performed market analysis, worked as a project manager for a private developer, and worked for the City of Arvada’s Economic and Development Department and the Urban Renewal Authority.
Ms. Klobetanz stated, “This role at Greystone represents an opportunity to utilize my underwriting and relationship management skills in an impactful way, creating a completely new experience for clients. Greystone’s technology and commitment to the FHA platform is unparalleled, and the company’s passion for iterative improvement is so energizing.”
“We are building the absolute Dream Team in the FHA industry and Kelley brings to Greystone the rare combination of deep underwriting expertise and a dogged ‘can-do’ determination to find solutions rather than impediments to getting deals done,” said Mordecai Rosenberg, head of Greystone’s FHA lending business. “With our streamlined technology, best-of-the-best creative underwriting minds, and constant process refinement, Greystone provides an experience for our clients and — just as importantly — our own team members that is easier, faster, and more predictable than has ever existed in the FHA industry… and, we’re just getting started.”