Montegra Capital Resources, LTD has funded private capital commercial loans for 45 consecutive years. It is the oldest hard money lender in Colorado. Montegra was founded in 1971 by Bob Amter who continues to manage it today with the same 5 core values that he has always offered: Speed – Flexibility – Fair Pricing – Minimal Red Tape and No Surprises.
Robert (Bob) Amter is the President and founder of Montegra Capital Resources, LTD. He is a third generation Colorado native and grew up in Denver. A graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont, Mr. Amter also received a M.A. from the University of Colorado in Boulder. He founded Montegra with his father in 1971 and has owned and operated it ever since. Mr. Amter is recognized as one of the most experienced and respected private capital lenders in the country.
Prior to starting Montegra, Mr. Amter was part of an investment group that purchased and operated apartment houses and other commercial properties. Having experienced the lack of flexibility between commercial real estate lenders and borrowers firsthand, he founded Montegra so that he could offer commercial real estate owners and investors the type of private lending opportunities were clearly needed but not available at that time.
Mr. Amter has served on many non-profit organization Boards including the Board of Colorado Academy. His interests include the study of philosophy and travel.
Kimberly Skari is the Vice President in charge of operations for Montegra and has been with the company since 2005. Prior to joining Montegra, Ms. Skari worked as a commercial closer with a Denver-based title company. Montegra holds all its loans in-house so in addition to underwriting and closing each private capital loan, she is also in charge of Montegra’s loan servicing. Ms. Skari received a B.S. degree in International Business from Minnesota State University – Moorhead.
John Richert joined Montegra’s management group in 2015. Chairman of the board of Terrix Financial, he has been with the firm since 1988 and has arranged over 1 Billion in financing.
Prior to joining Terrix, Mr. Richert was involved in real estate finance for 8 years in Denver with a division of Wells Fargo Bank. He graduated from Beloit College in 1972 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Arizona State University in 1977 with a Master’s Degree in Business.
Bill began his investment career in Denver with the brokerage firm of Dean Witter. In 1972 he co-founded the money management firm of Morrill-Stanfill & Co. which had over $100,000,000 in funds under management. In 1982 Mr. Stanfill joined the Centennial Funds (a venture capital group) where he was responsible for managing two fund of funds which invested in thirty U.S. Venture Partnerships which produced significant gains for their investors. Mr. Stanfill earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Colorado and served on numerous non-profit boards including the Social Science Foundation of the University of Denver and was also on the endowment management fund committee of the University. He was a Chair of Colorado Public Radio and co-founded Montegra Capital Resources.
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