Douglas B. Twillman
Executive Vice President | SIOR | CFA | Broker

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Douglas B. Twillman

415.606.1676 cell

dtwillman@dpwcre.com

DRE# 01398055​

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Doug Twillman directs and coordinates the acquisitions and capital markets functions for Dunhill Partners West (DPW). Mr. Twillman serves as a principal to locate, evaluate, capitalize, and asset-manage for the DPW commercial property portfolio. Mr. Twillman’s unique combination of structured finance experience combined with “hand’s on” management style allows him to proactively lead the core functions of sourcing, due diligence, funding, investor relations and compliance for each new holding.

Mr. Twillman joined DPW in 2014 with 11 years of experience as a principal building private equity groups for several multi-family commercial real estate transactions in California and out of state plus 15 years in structured finance at Bank of America where he originated, structured and syndicated over $1 billion in equipment and real estate facilities transactions from 1989 to 2003. This valuable experience afforded him the opportunity to serve as the client interface leading transaction teams (appraisal, inspections, pricing, credit, contract administration, legal) for over 250 transactions for local, domestic and international bank customers.

Upon graduation from UC Davis and then while attending the University of San Francisco Mr. Twillman worked as an analyst in the energy industry for one Seattle based and two SF Bay Area based energy and environmental engineering / consulting companies including Pacific Gas & Electric Company.

Education:

Master of Business Administration – Finance, University of San Francisco

Bachelor of Science – Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Davis

Licenses/Designations

  • California Real Estate Broker (License #01398055)
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA # 141676)
  • California State Contractor’s License (General Class B #969336)

Licenses/Affiliations

  • International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) – Member
  • Bay Area Real Estate Information Services (BAREIS) – Member
  • CFA Society of San Francisco; CFA Institute – Member
  • Olympic Club of San Francisco (2012-2014) – Chair: Investment Committee
  • Pensco Trust Company (Self-directed IRA’s) – Preferred Professional
  • Marin Income Property Association – Present / Past member

Twillman Representative Transactions

PRIVATE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

$5,500,000 Non-recourse bank financing and $2,300,000 Private Equity for $7,800,000 68(u) Multi-family investment property in Vallejo, CA.
$1,500,000 Non-recourse bank financing and $800,000 Private Equity for $2,400,000 12(u) Multi-family investment property in San Francisco, CA. (*)
$1,300,000 Non-recourse bank financing and $600,000 Private Equity for $1,900,000 15(u) Multi-family housing property in Benicia, CA.
$880,000 non-recourse seller financing, $225,000 Private Debt and $75,000 Private Equity for 58(u) investment property in Springfield, OH (*)
$750,000 – Private Equity for 2nd round “proof of concept” phase for a $25,000,000 athlete development and training facility in Los Angeles, CA.
$215,000 – Private Debt for 58(u) condominium investment property in Dublin, OH. (*)

INSTITUIONAL SYNDICATIONS – Underwritten / Best Efforts / Advisory

$100,000,000 - Discounting of Service Contracts. Best Efforts placement of existing portfolio for a joint venture of two public chemical / filtering companies. Bank of America acted as syndicating principal in wastewater treatment facilities.
$50,000,000 – Real Estate Synthetic Lease for the nation’s largest public customer care company. Bank of America is serving as syndicating principal for a second office headquarters building in Denver, Colorado.
$40,000,000 - Synthetic Lease for a private chemicals company. Bank of America acted as syndicating principal for a Sulfinated Methyl Ester facility.
$25,000,000 - Real Estate Synthetic Lease for a public customer care company. Bank of America acted as syndicating principal for a new office headquarters building.
$16,000,000 - Debt – Best Efforts Advisory for a public company in the asphalt refining industry. Bank of America acted as arranger of third party financing of existing asphalt refining facilities.
$12,500,000 - Debt - Best Efforts Advisory for a public children’s apparel company. Bank of America acted as arranger of third party financing of a new warehouse distribution facility.