Are you wondering what the pandemic recovery looks like for the housing and residential construction industry? I know we are, and that is why we’ve invited Todd Britsch of Level Capital to speak to our members at this month’s meeting.
About our Speaker:
Todd has spent the last 20 years creating custom reporting services for the new construction industry along with consulting with builders, developers and lenders and many other industry professionals. Todd brings a unique talent and a high level of analytics to Level Capital. Todd’s role here has many parts as an Executive Team Member. He manages our external and internal market data, along with playing a key role in risk management. Todd will assess new markets as Level Capital grows, but more importantly, monitor the health of the market’s we are currently lending in. Todd’s expertise provides a unique service to Level Capitals clients, assisting them as they navigate the everchanging housing market.
Todd has also owned and operated multiple industry related businesses. His entrepreneurial spirit fits in well with the Level Capital culture and helps set us apart from any other lenders in the industry.
Throughout Todd’s career he has been the Pacific Northwest’s voice and forecaster for the new construction industry. Todd frequently speaks for industry groups such as:
- Regional Building Associations
- BIA Clark County
- King and Snohomish county MBA
- Portland HBA
- Olympia MBA
- Washington State Appraisal Institute
- Risk Management Association
- Washington State Housing Finance Committee
Todd started his real estate career gathering data for Real Vision Information Services in 1986 which went on to become New Home Trends Inc.*
In 2005 Todd became President of New Home Trend and later a Principal Owner in 2006, until selling New Home Trends to Metrostudy in 2014. Todd remained with Metrostudy as the Pacific Northwest Regional Director until December 2019 when he joined the Level Capital Team. Todd is now the Senior Vice President of Level Capital.
“My goal is to protect our clients from making critical mistakes in the everchanging housing market.”