Work History

Work History
Jan 2003 - Present

Director

East Coast Commercial Finance

Education

Education

North Carolina State University

Wake Technical School

Interest

reading, basketball, working out

Summary

An expert in mortgage banking and finance, Mr. Lorenzo Hills has been the Managing Director of East Coast Commercial Finance since 2003. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, East Coast Commercial Finance is a multi-faceted commercial real estate finance company offering direct commercial lending, note sales and advisory services, and commercial real estate construction. As one of the leaders of the firm, Lorenzo Hills holds a number of responsibilities critical to the company’s success, including new client acquisitions and product development. Lorenzo Hills is also responsible for the creation of unique structured debt products for the specialty finance industry. Over the course of his career, Lorenzo Hills has sold more than $500 million in specialty debt products. In addition to serving as the Managing Director of East Coast Commercial Finance, Mr. Lorenzo Hills is the Principal of the East Coast Commercial Finance Mortgage Fund I, a private moneylender and commercial mortgage bank. Through the East Coast Commercial Finance Mortgage Fund I, Lorenzo Hills regularly helps business owners in the United States and abroad secure financing to help grow and improve their businesses. Mr. Lorenzo Hills is dedicated to providing his clients with the highest quality service possible. Active in a number of prominent real estate and finance associations, including the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), and the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), Lorenzo Hills holds his work to the highest professional and ethical standards. Mr. Lorenzo Hills studied engineering at North Carolina State University. Prior to co-founding East Coast Commercial Finance, Lorenzo Hills held a number of high-level positions in the technology manufacturing, software, and e-commerce industries.

Charities

Salvation Army