BUILDING RELATIONS WITH INTEGRITY
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS FOR ACCREDITED INVESTORS
1901 N. Central Expwy Ste 410
Richardson Texas, 75080
info@metromarke.com
855.410.8222

At MetroMarke, we provide accredited investors the opportunity to participate in multi-family projects with the potential to generate returns. Our senior management team has finance, business and property acquisition knowledge. The entrepreneurial spirit along with research analysis can help provide support and expand your portfolio.

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Michael J. Mauceli - Chief Executive Officer
Mike began his career over 30 years ago sucessfully raising capital in the energy industry. His vision along with his business acumen has made him one of the most influential CEO’s in the Dallas community. With Mike’s leadership and determination, MetroMarke will continue to offer a vast array of real estate investment opportunities.
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Dan Sibley - Chief Financial Officer
Dan Sibley, MetroMarke’s Chief Financial Officer and General Counsel has more than 35 years of experience dealing with financial, tax and legal matters. Dan’s wealth of knowledge and experience has been utilized for investments and operations in energy acquisitions. Prior to 1998, Dan was involved in the private practice of law.


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