Capright announced today that prominent Dallas real estate executive Stephen Crosson has joined the firm as a Principal. Mr. Crosson specializes in providing valuation and consulting services for litigation support and mortgage lending throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Former Chairman and CEO of the highly regarded Dallas firm Crosson Dannis, Inc., Mr. Crosson is the current and longest-serving Board Chair and Editor-in-Chief of The Appraisal Journal, the leading peer-reviewed scholarly journal for the real estate valuation profession, published by the Appraisal Institute. He has many published articles. He was a contributor to the current editions of The Appraisal of Real Estate and The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal as well as the pending 3rd edition of The Appraisal of Rural Property. Mr. Crosson is also an active member of The Real Estate Council of Dallas and a Founder of its popular Fight Night one of North Texas’ largest philanthropic events that is in its 29th year.
Mr. Crosson has extensive experience in high stakes litigation support, having worked on cases throughout the country. Such assignments have involved complex properties and valuation issues. His expertise includes both valuation and methodology/standards of care.
Commenting on the move, Capright Principal Selina McUmber said, “I am thrilled to be working alongside Steve in Dallas. We have been friends for several years and I have tremendous respect for the wealth and breadth of experience he brings to our firm. It is fantastic to have one of the most sought after expert witnesses in the country on our team.”
Capright CEO Jay Marling added, “Steve is an absolute icon in Dallas’ commercial real estate industry. He has accomplished so much professionally and his generosity is legendary both among his peers and in the community at large. The gravitas Steve brings to Capright speaks for itself.”
“I am so proud to be a part of Capright, a company synonymous with quality and integrity among the largest players in commercial real estate. It is wonderful to be working with such talented and innovative group of professionals.” said Mr. Crosson of his new role.