Mark T. Denyer

Mark T. Denyer

Senior Partner

As Senior Partner, Mr. Denyer is responsible for multifamily development in designated areas of the U.S., with a particular emphasis in the southwest. Mr. Denyer has more than 35 years of business experience and more than 30 years in the real estate development business.

Mr. Denyer is the founder and managing partner of Realty Capital Partners, LLC, of Oklahoma. Formed in 1995, RCP has been actively engaged in the acquisition, development, syndication and management of residential and commercial real estate. Mr. Denyer sold his apartment division in 2009 and continues to be active in the management of family commercial real estate holdings and investments.

Prior to RCP, Mr. Denyer was Chief Operating Officer of Brock Consulting Group in Austin, Texas where he was responsible for all facets of the acquisition and development business. He was responsible for the acquisition of RTC assets and the roll out of the company’s multifamily development business in San Antonio, Texas.

Prior to Brock Consulting Group, Mr. Denyer was a partner at Dallas based Pacific Realty Corporation and Guaranty Services Corporation where he was responsible for the development of more than 2,000 apartments and more than 600,000 square feet of commercial office space in multiple cities.

After graduate school, Mr. Denyer began his career in banking. He received his initial credit training in lending at Bank of America. Later, he was recruited to work for Bank of Montreal and specialized in asset based lending to oil companies and real estate developers. Mr. Denyer received his Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) in 1978, and his MBA in 1980, both from Southern Methodist University.

Mr. Denyer has been involved in numerous civic and philanthropic activities. He served on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations, including as a hospital foundation trustee, Boy Scouts of America and Christian para youth organizations. He has been married to his wife, Kerry, since 1988 and has four adult children.