Matthew Shatz

Managing Director

Professional Experience

Matthew Shatz is a Managing Director in the B6 Real Estate Capital Advisory Division where he specializes in arranging construction and bridge financing nationally. Mr. Shatz has extensive experience in the debt and equity financing of all asset classes and transaction types, having directly participated in the origination and execution of over $10 billion dollars in successful real estate financings in both a principal and advisory capacity.

Prior to joining B6, Mr. Shatz was a Vice President at a boutique real estate private equity & debt advisory firm where he led the execution of heavily structured real estate financing transactions. Earlier in his career, Matt was an Associate at Related Companies where he focused on the acquisition, development, and asset management of workforce and affordable multi-family housing, as well as working on special financing projects such as the $26 billion dollar Hudson Yards mega project. Mr. Shatz began his career on Wall Street spending 5 years in the Investment Banking Division of JP Morgan. Matt earned his Bachelor of Science from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University with a degree in Finance. Mr. Shatz sits on the young professionals board for the Lung Cancer Research Foundation.

Awards & Recognitions

In The News

Top Mortgage Brokers & Lenders 2021

Connect 2021 Top Mortgage Brokers and Lenders
July 27, 2021

B6 Real Estate Advisors is an investment sales, capital advisory and special situations firm focused on the middle market. The firm has operations in New York City and Northern New Jersey.

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RIMCO Lands $39M CMBS Loan for School of Visual Arts Building in Chelsea

Commercial Observer
May 28, 2021

B6’s Steven Sperandio negotiated the deal along with Matt Shatz, while Citi’s Eric Mirvis led the senior loan on behalf of the lender.

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2020 Top Young Professionals

Commercial Observer
October 5, 2020

Matthew Shatz named Top 25 under 35 in Finance. “I’m probably more productive and busier than I’ve ever been in my career,” Matthew Shatz told CO. 

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