HOUSTON, May 2, 2019 – Rockspring Capital, a privately owned real estate investment firm headquartered in Houston, today announced the addition of Michael Johnston as Vice President, Duties Sales. Johnston will be responsible with generating new investment opportunities with regional and national registered financial advisors (RIAs), family offices, high net worth individuals, and more, for the firm’s fund offerings as well as working with end users, such as construction and development companies, for the acquisition of Rockspring’s real estate assets.
“We’re excited for Michael to join the team as his efforts will further elevate the case of why Texas has and will continue to be ideal place to invest,” said Jim McAlister IV, President and CEO of Rockspring Capital. “His 15 plus years of national commercial construction and development experience will also be instrumental as he and our brokerage teams will continue to market our development-ready assets to construction firms that are looking to build residential and commercial structures in opportunistic locations of Texas. Since he’s started, he’s already secured great wins and are looking forward to his continued success.”
Prior to joining Rockspring, he served as Operations Director and Project Executive for BE&K Building Group where he worked closely with business development to procure new business while overseeing a variety of projects. Johnston also founded and ran Johnston Commercial Services for several years where he sold more than $15 million in mechanical services. Well versed in estimating and modeling out income property, Johnston received his BBA in Marketing from Texas State University.
Rockspring Capital is a Houston-based real estate investment company with a history to 1973 whose strategy is to acquire opportunistic real estate, land parcels and residential lots in high growth areas. It also makes special situation bridge loans, note purchases and covered land plays on real estate assets. Rockspring Capital acquires with all cash in markets within the “Texas Triangle” – Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas/Ft. Worth.