Cox is the sole shareholder and president of Equity Property Management, L. Cox is a native of the Chicago area and has been involved in advising real estate investors and syndicates for the equity loan on investment property 30 years.
Cox received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, graduating with honors in 1976. Chicago Kent-College of Law, graduating with high honors. From January 1977 to January 1980, Mr. Lybrand clients, many of which were in the real estate industry.
Cox formed his own law firm, John H. During the past 30 years, Mr. Donohoe has been involved in real estate for the past 25 years. Donohoe is a graduate of University College Cork, Ireland and came to the United States in 1984. Donohoe began his real estate career in 1989 working for cooperative and condominium managers and developers in New York City and its environs.
Donohoe took a position as a Senior Asset Manager at Sentinel Real Estate Corp. Donohoe was promoted to Vice President of Asset Management and managed a portfolio of 7,500 Class A units in the west coast states. Donohoe left Sentinel in 2005 to become Senior Vice President at Village Green Companies. Donohoe’s portfolio at Village Green was headquartered in Chicago. Donohoe joined Equity Property Management L. June 2008 as Executive Vice President and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Property Management Company as well as acquisitions, dispositions and senior asset management functions.
Isabel Guerra received her BS degree in Human Resource Management from Purdue University in 2010. Guerra joined the EPM team in January 2011. Isabel is currently responsible for Payroll Management, Human Resource Administration and general office management as well as providing administrative support to the Executive Vice President. Mark Pelton began his career in property management at a very young age working at his grandfather’s property management company where he began cleaning the office after school and on weekends and shoveling snow during the winter. During high school, Mark worked at his first apartment complex as a summer groundsman where he learned the importance of curb appeal, unit turns and inventory control and also doing light maintenance for a condo association.