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Byron Carlock

Preservation Properties, LLC

With 35 years of experience serving the industry, Byron Carlock brings extensive knowledge of the full real estate life cycle including matters ranging from strategic planning and property transaction advisory to capital formation, and business plan execution. In addition, he has expertise in governance, board matters, mergers and acquisitions and corporate conflict matters. Byron has experience advising major clients including corporate owners and users, developers, hospitality organizations, investors and REITs.

Prior to assuming his current role, Byron served as the CEO and President of CNL Lifestyle Properties, Inc for seven years and served CNL as President of two other REITs over his 11-year tenure there.  His resume also includes three years as Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of Post Properties and nine years as Managing Director for Trammell Crow and Crow Holdings related entities.

Byron is a CPA, currently a governor of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a member of Real Estate Roundtable, and NAREIT.  He is also a board member of AFIRE, Harding University College of Business Administration, Harvard Club of Dallas and a board member emeritus of Harvard Business School.   

Byron earned his BBA at Harding University and also participated in the International Asian Studies Program at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he was a Rotary Scholar.  Byron also earned his MBA at Harvard Business School.   

Byron has been extensively featured in media such as Fox Business News, and The New York Times, and writes a regular monthly column for National Real Estate Investor.  Byron was also named by D Magazine as one of the D500 most influential businessmen in Dallas.

Byron has a passion for the revitalization in his hometown of Blytheville, AR, and is working with a group of patriots to restore the decommissioned air base there as The National Cold War Center to serve as a reminder of the importance of the Cold War and to educate future generations of the importance of preserving democracy and free enterprise.

Byron Carlock
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