Michael S. Siurek

Mr. Siurek is President of ROC, Inc., a real estate investment, development and construction services company. He is also a major partner in ROC/MCS LLC, an investment company dealing in residential foreclosed properties throughout Chicagoland. As a result of these various endeavors, his experience and responsibilities are broad based. They include project identification and development, financial negotiations and capital structure and project management. He completes each project in a cost effective, timely manner achieving operating expense efficiencies, and maximizes returns for the portfolio.

First educated as an engineer, Mr. Siurek acquired an extensive background in commercial investment, redevelopment and disposition. He has spent over 20 years closing transactions on distressed properties with financial institutions, federal agencies and private parties. During this time, he developed a unique perspective which culminated in the successful startup on his own company grounded in commercial real estate, and the initial successes enabled him to attract investment capital for additional projects.

Over the past several years, Mr. Siurek has been very active with the development and disposition of hundreds of multifamily units. He has also redeveloped hundreds of thousands square feet of office space, which created tens of millions of dollars of investor value. He continues to seek real estate projects which allow him to use his unique talents and experience to further investor value. Mr. Siurek has an MBA in Finance, with honors of distinction from Benedictine University, and an undergraduate degree in Manufacturing Technology and Engineering from Western Illinois University. Mr. Siurek serves on the Executive Board of Trustees for Benedictine University, he is also an active member of theĀ  All Saints Catholic Academy Facilities Committee, and he spends considerable time coaching youth sports. A lifelong resident of the Chicago area, Mr. Siurek, and his family make their home in Naperville.