Frank Roessler founded his multi-family real estate investment firm, Ashcroft Capital, in 2014. In addition to bringing a decade of experience in asset management and multi-family acquisitions to his role, Frank Roessler had studied electrical engineering at Bucknell University and for an MBA in real estate finance at the Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles.
An aspect of the broader MBA program of which it is a part, the real estate finance specialization encompasses a range of topics, including urban planning, taxation, law, civil engineering, and architecture. Students working in this specific stream are encouraged to add electives to their MBA program in order to get the range of knowledge that will help them succeed in real estate financing.
The school’s MBA program is comprised of about 50 percent electives in order to help students refine their career path and gain the specific skills they may need on that path.