Sheryl Morehead

Managing Director, Capital Markets
Sunstone Properties Trust

Before joining Sunstone as Director of Capital Markets, Ms. Morehead held positions in both the commercial real estate and banking industries. After starting her banking career in Citicorp's National Real Estate Group, Sheryl moved west and became division manager of commercial real estate industries for Bank of California/Mitsubishi managing a $4B portfolio and ten production offices. As CCO and President of First Los Angeles Bank and later, CEO of First Bancorp, she specialized in transitioning challenged institutions with troubled real estate assets to regulatory compliance and profitability. Prior to earning an MBA at Harvard Business School, Sheryl worked for shopping center developer Lanning Corporation of Boston securing financing, leasing and property management. As EVP of M&M Development Corp., she was involved in every phase of development, financing and property management. Sheryl completed her undergraduate work at Boston University earning a BS in finance. At Sunstone, Ms. Morehead is in charge of raising capital on a direct basis to add to Sunstone's integrated framework. She sits on investment committee and is also responsible for debt placement and bank relations.

Past Speaking Events

  • Dislocated Opportunities in the Current Real Estate Market
    hosted by Millennium Trust
    July 15, 2020
    10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • The Impact on Lenders of Covid Moratoriums against Eviction and Foreclosure
    hosted by Engineered TaxServices, Inc.
    September 10, 2020
    10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • The Case for Why Multi-Family Will Continue to Outperform
    hosted by Boomerang Capital
    March 18, 2021
    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Opportunities in Multifamily as the Country Reopens
    hosted by FLAIA
    June 24, 2021
    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

About Sunstone Properties Trust

Sunstone is a fully integrated real estate operator, developer and fund sponsor in business since 2012. After 30 years in the commercial real estate business, the founders of Sunstone chose workforce multifamily housing as a sector because of its solid performance throughout varying economic cycles. Sunstone performs its own architectural design work, construction, asset management and fund management to achieve maximum efficiency, cost containment and investor returns. Its acquisition team sources transactions with proprietary software and a network of local brokers. Capital markets works with investors and lenders to optimize Sunstone's access to debt and equity. Risk is managed through a comprehensive due diligence and underwriting process with investment committee oversight. Hands-on portfolio management is effected from acquisition through disposition. Sunstone's markets include Texas, Florida, California, Arizona and Nevada.