Thomas Fischer Joins JB Matteson

Thomas Fischer

Thomas Fischer joined JB Matteson as Senior Vice President, Director of Investments. Tom is responsible for new multifamily investments as well as asset management of JB Matteson’s existing Southern California and Bay Area assets.

Mr. Fischer has over 15 years’ real estate investment management experience across multiple geographies and product types, investing several billion dollars on behalf of public pension funds and private equity firms. Prior to joining JB Matteson, Mr. Fischer was an Investment Officer with the University of California’s Office of the CIO, managing a portion of the University’s $4 billion private real estate portfolio. Prior to UC, Tom held acquisition and asset management roles with Otto Finlay Investments, Embarcadero Capital Partners, and Meridian Property Company.

Mr. Fischer graduated magna com laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Georgetown University and graduated magna cum laude with an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business.

Portfolio Strategy
JB Matteson has acquired a portfolio of 17 Class A apartments valued at over $1 billion. JB Matteson’s investment strategy is to accumulate a high quality portfolio of newer (built since 2000), Class A apartments comprising 100 units or greater situated in close-in locations of major cities on the West Coast. The investment strategy is to provide stable and increasing cash flow distributions from high quality, investment grade multifamily assets over a long-term holding period.

About JB Matteson
JB Matteson is a 50-year old privately held investment manager located on the San Francisco peninsula. On behalf of several hundred private capital investors, JB Matteson owns and operates Class A, investment grade multifamily properties located in major metropolitan areas on the West Coast. The operating partners of JB Matteson each have over 30 years of real estate investment management experience.

JB Matteson’s portfolio is diversified among major metropolitan areas along the West Coast. The portfolio includes both urban mixed-use assets and suburban garden style apartments. The portfolio enjoys diversification by metropolitan area, employment drivers, and resident profile. Investment criteria include regional economic factors such as employment drivers, population density, public transportation, walkability, supply constraints, replacement cost, property functionality, and opportunity to improve operations. For more information, see

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