Kendra C. M. Stensven
Assistant Vice President, Development
Ian Sobel joined NHPF in 2016 as an asset manager. He has more than seven years of property and asset management experience in student and multi- family housing. He is a detail and result driven manager. His track record of strategic operational analysis and implementation has led to improvements in NHPF’s
Kendra Stensven joined NHPF in 2015 as a Senior Acquisition and Development Analyst, and was promoted to Assistant Vice President of Development the following year. Ms. Stensven has over 15 years of national professional experience developing, financing, and managing multifamily and mixed used properties. She
bottom line performance and portfolio market position. Mr. Sobel’s areas of expertise include Value-Add Analysis/ Implementation, Management Agent Oversight, Portfolio Management, and Financial Analysis. He currently manages assets consisting of over 4,500 units, constituting $350 million of the value in NHPF’s stabilized portfolio. His duties in that regard fall in the areas of acquisition/disposition, fund reporting, and LIHTC / bond transactions. Prior to joining NHPF, Mr. Sobel spent six years as the Director of Asset Management at Esponda Associates. During that period he directed the property operations team and delivered a 50% increase in net operating income across the Esponda’s $100 million portfolio. He also oversaw more than $8 million in capital construction projects and assisted in the underwriting of $20 million in acquisitions and long term investment leases. Mr. Sobel received his B.A. from Northwestern University in 2010.
is part of the team responsible for evaluating over 50 investment opportunities in ten states, ultimately closing the acquisition of seven properties totaling over $106 million in portfolio value to date. Her previous experiences while working at Jonathan Rose Companies, Matthew Adam Properties, HallKeen, and Ernst & Young honed her specialty skills in green building, historic preservation, affordable housing, financing, tax credit and bond financing, excel modeling, responsible property investment, on-site property management, market study and valuation, and partnership valuations. Ms. Stensven earned a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Business Administration (Economics / Real Estate & Urban Land Economics) from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. She has also completed coursework in real estate and historic preservation through continuing education programs at Boston University and Boston Architectural Center. She served on the board of Women in Housing and Finance (WHF) in New York City for seven years and is both a LEED-AP and a Certified Credit Compliance Professional (C3P). In addition to WHF, Ms. Stensven is also a member of Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni Association (WREAA).
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