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As the chief revenue officer of Investability Real Estate  and RentRange Data Services, Dennis Cisterna leads all revenue-related functions, including sales, marketing and strategic planning.

Prior to joining Investability, Cisterna served as managing director of FirstKey Lending, a portfolio company of Cerberus Capital Management. There, he managed the West Coast regional office and oversaw the first multi-borrower securitization completed in the single-family rental sector, which totaled just over $240 million.

He has also served in key roles with Johnson Capital, Lennar and Toll Brothers. Cisterna has served in a variety of leadership and advisory positions, including the Southern California Urban Land Institute’s Young Leaders Group, the National Association of Homebuilders, Mortgage Bankers Association and International Council of Shopping Centers.

Cisterna hosts a weekly podcast, The Real Investor, where he shares his knowledge and perspective with investors in the SFR space. 

CisternaWHAT IS ONE HABIT THAT HAS HELPED YOU SUCCEED?

Both life and business rarely go as planned and I think it is easy to become full of yourself when you succeed and lose faith when you experience failure. Whether I am winning or losing, I try to maintain composure as I know neither lasts forever.

 

 

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