Mr. Nick Cassavechia
Founder, Old House Capital
Nick is the founder of Old House Capital and oversees the firm. Old House Capital, based in Dallas, Texas, is a private investment firm focused on commercial real estate.
Prior to starting Old House Capital, Nick was the Chief Operating Officer and Partner at Frontier Equity. At Frontier Equity, Nick oversaw their industrial investment fund, all acquisition and development initiatives and their portfolio. During his time at Frontier Equity, Nick invested in $120 million of acquisitions, $65 million of developments, and $65 million in dispositions.
Prior to Frontier Equity, Nick spent three years at Quadrant Investment Properties (QIP) focusing on acquisitions, dispositions and capital markets. Between 2014 and 2016 at QIP, Nick played an integral role in acquiring more than 1.1 million square feet of office properties totaling more than $250 million. During this time, Nick also was a part of starting Quadrant Finance Partners (QFP), a $130 million debt fund that Nick currently is involved with as an advisory board member and on the credit committee.
Before joining QIP, Nick was a senior analyst on the investment sales team at HFF, where he participated in more than $1 billion of investment sale and debt/equity transactions.
Nick spent two years in the Detroit Tigers minor league baseball organization after a four-year collegiate career at Baylor University where he served as team captain and graduated with a BBA in Management from the Hankamer School of Business. Nick serves on the Alumni Board for St. Mark’s School of Texas and the Advisory Board and Credit Committee for Quadrant Finance Partners. He is married to his wife Kristen of 5 years and has two children, Jack (3) and Chloe (1).