About Keystone Real Estate
What we are all about
- Let's make ALL of our hometowns thriving and vibrant places to be.
- Let's leave each property, neighborhood, city and our planet "better than we found it".
- Let's provide great places for our residents and tenants, and provide good risk-adjusted returns for our investors.
- Bring ethics, integrity, and transparency to everything we do.
- Relationships, rather than transactions, are the foundation of our business.
- Work collaboratively with the development team, municipalities, and residents, tenants, & clients.
- Make the communities in which we live and work better than we found them.
- Give back to the community with our time, talent and treasure.
About Ryan Will
Ryan hails from the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania and left those rolling green hills in 2008 to live in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains where he resides in beautiful Fort Collins, Colorado with his wife and three children.
Ryan possesses more than twenty years of commercial real estate (CRE) investment, real estate capital markets, and business analytics experience. During this time, Ryan has closed/underwritten $1B of CRE debt financing, and developed numerous long-standing relationships in the commercial lending community encompassing national and regional banks, life insurance companies, mortgage brokers, and multifamily-specific debt programs.
Having formerly been a CRE lender himself, Ryan has strong appreciation of how to identify, quantify and mitigate risk, and is able to leverage that understanding in evaluating investment and development opportunities, achieving optimal results for investors.
Ryan is on the Board of Directors of Colorado ChildSafe, serves on Pastoral Council at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic parish in Windsor and is a regular volunteer at the Catholic Charities Mission in Fort Collins. In the past he has served leadership roles with the Urban Land Institute's Northern Colorado Committee and as a co-founder of ULI Pittsburgh's Young Leaders group.
“When you get in the mud with a pig, you get dirty and the pig gets happy.”
― James Altucher