United Development Funding IV, a non-traded real estate investment trust, has appointed Stacey H Dwyer as its chief operating officer effective 17 February.
Dwyer, an experienced residential homebuilding and development leader, will assume operating leadership of UDF IV.
She will work with the company's board of trustees and the company's advisor to effect the strategic growth objectives and capital market transactions of UDF IV.
"We are very excited to have Stacey join the UDF team," says Hollis M Greenlaw, chairman and chief executive officer of UDF IV. "Stacey brings a diverse set of operational skills, exceptional knowledge and a wealth of meaningful experience from working for a leading national homebuilder for over 22 years. She will play an important role in our growth and expansion across the largest homebuilding markets in the country as we provide capital solutions to national and regional developers and homebuilders."
Dwyer is joining UDF IV from homebuilding company DR Horton, where she served as executive vice president since 2000 and treasurer since 2003. Dwyer was primarily responsible for financial community relations, including banks, investors, rating agencies and analysts. Prior to joining D.R. Horton in 1991, Dwyer was an auditor with Ernst and Young.