HOUSTON, TX - Elissa (Palmer) Stone has been promoted to vice president of client strategy for Guardian Equity Companies (GEC), where she previously held a position of vice president of business development.
Stone has over 10 years of experience creating business partnerships and building internal teams within the real estate, healthcare, and staffing industries. She started her career with Robert Half International’s (RHI) OfficeTeam division. In just six months, she was recognized as Rookie of the Year on an international level with the 3.3 billion dollar company. Stone’s roles with RHI ranged from Business Development Manager to Director of Sales, most recently as Division Director for Robert Half Technology, where she earned the Construction Foreman Award for re-building the division within San Diego County.
Recently, Elissa joined a boutique real estate company Guardian Equity Companies as vice president of business development. Thanks to her Fortune 500 experiences, Stone managed to grow GEC’s fee management portfolio and has been promoted to vice president of client strategy. In her new position, Stone will be responsible for new business pursuit and client relations for Guardian Equity Companies management portfolio, delivery of asset performance evaluations, business development for construction and renovation services, and delivery of pro-forma/due diligence overviews.
Founded is 2005, Guardian Equity Companies (GEC) is a fully integrated multi-family housing real estate firm. GEC is a regionally recognized leader within the Texas Real Estate industry with a full spectrum of services designed to provide the key to simplifying real estate transaction processes, including acquisition, asset management, rehabilitation, repositioning and disposition of multifamily assets. GEC’s model is customized into seven unique packages which include Multifamily Property Management, Receivership, Construction Management, Brokerage Partnership, Multifamily Investment Opportunity, Debt Placement and Single Family Homes. Each of these service lines best meet the needs of customers and allows the flexibility to add services as the business scope evolves. The company currently manages over 4,000 units in the Texas market with an appraised value of $175 million. To learn more about the Guardian Equity Companies visit: www.guardian-equity.com