LOS ANGELES, CA — MARCH 18, 2019 — Charles Bogusz has jointed Centre Urban Real Estate Partners, as Vice President of Finance & Development, where he will focus primarily on debt strategies and advisory. Mr. Bogusz has over 30 years of mortgage lending, real estate management, client relations, contract negotiations, real estate finance and portfolio maximization experience handling both residential and commercial real estate. He worked as a commercial loan officer for national lender offering loans both directly to clients and on a wholesale bases to mortgage brokers through the years. He has served on the national board of REOMAC, as a writer for their national magazine and webinar host for the REOMAC Commercial Council.
In his most recent assignment, he served as Vice President at Provident Bank where he originated $20 million in commercial real estate transactions. As a Loan Officer for American First Credit Union, Mr. Bogusz closed over $30 million in CRE loans. He earlier managed assets for NRT, parent company of Coldwell Banker, Sotheby’s and ERA, selling almost $750 million in real estate. Prior, he managed commercial loans as a Vice President at City National Bank. Mr. Bogusz notably closed over $500 million in real estate transactions for Countrywide Home Loan; awarded their Walk of Fame Award for outstanding service both as a Loan Officer and an REO Manager. After relocating to Los Angeles, Charles joined Continental Savings handling residential loans for a star-studded clientele including Dan Ackroyd, Michael J. Fox, Bronson Pinchot and Hal Holbrook. Prior, he helped Household Bank establish a lending division throughout Southern California where he earned Presidential Award honors. Mr. Bogusz stated his career in Miami, Florida with Ameri-First Savings.
Charlie has been an AYSO soccer coach for the last 22 years and serves as a Boy Scout mentor in Woodland Hills, California where he lives with his wife Marci and occasionally his two collegiate sons, Jake and Noah. Bogusz attended Indiana University where he received his Bachelor of Science Business Administration and Management, Economics.
The Centre Urban team is excited to have Charlie join us and look forward to much future success with him on board. Centre Urban offers brokerage and advisory services, in addition to its own investment and development platforms. For more information on these debt strategies, please contact:
Vice President, Finance & Development
LOS ANGELES, CA — MARCH 13, 2019 — The USC Alumni Day of SCervice is an opportunity for all alumni and friends to participate in local service volunteer projects organized by USC alumni clubs, chapters and other affiliated groups worldwide. On March 9, 2019, thousands of USC Trojans gathered across the globe to make a difference in their communities. Members of the Centre Urban team, over the past weekend, participated in furthering our communities with the rest of the Trojan Family.
Eugene Page, Principal and Head of Advisory & Brokerage volunteered with the USC Alumni Real Estate Network and City Plants planted trees in the San Fernando Valley. This year, the Alumni Real Estate Network provided the opportunity to shape a climate-resilient and sustainable Los Angeles by planting over 180 trees within a two-block radius around the Van Nuys Recreation Center. Martin Nguyen, Principal volunteered with the USC Asia-Pacific Alumni Association Young Alumni Council at the Ketchum-Downtown YMCA in downtown Los Angeles. The Young Alumni Council helped mentor high school students as they prepare for college and assisted with youth sports activities through the day.
The Centre Urban team wholeheartedly believes that being a part of the community means truly engaging and participating in the positive efforts it takes to have it grow. Through volunteering our time, mentoring the next generation of leaders, or facilitating the grown of the urban fabric, the Centre Urban team hopes to contribute our part - no matter how big or small - in creating a better Los Angeles for all.
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