Advisory Board Member
Chief Investment Officer,
RAM Realty Services
4801 PGA Blvd
Palm Beach Gardens,
Email (jstine at ramrealestate.com)
- Board member since: 2003
- UF alumnus: Undergrad, .
- Location: Miami area.
Jim Stine is chief investment officer of Ram, a leader in real estate development and acquisitions. Stine is responsible for new acquistioons, dispositions and development strategy for Ram and the Ram equity portfolios.
Prior to joining Ram, Stine was chief investment officer of Stiles Corporation where he coordinated the focus and objective of the firm's real estate development, leasing, asset management and property management departments. Formerly president of Stiles Capital Group, Stine was responsible for asset management activities, including arranging and executing all project financing, as well as the acquisition and disposition of assets from the company portfolio. Having joined Stiles in 1986 as vice president of project finance, Stine successfully negotiated and closed in excess of $1 billion in real estate transactions. He has developed numerous successful negotiations strategies for the restructuring of loans with various commercial banks and life insurance companies.
Stine is an active member in the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). Additionally, he currently serves on the Advisory Board of the University of Florida Center for Real Estate Studies (UF CRES) as well as the University of Florida Broward County Regional Development Committee. He is a past member of the Board of Directors of Children's Place at Homesafe as well as Leadership Palm Beach.
Mr. Stine is licensed in mortgage brokerage and real estate sales in the the estate of Florida.
- Board activity:
- Member, -current
- Executive Committee, 2013-current
- Support: Mentor to MSRE student 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2006-2007; 2005 Fall Conference; 2006 Spring Retreat; 2006 Fall Conference; 2007 Spring Retreat