Jason Morgan


As Principal at Morgan Properties, Jason’s primary responsibilities involve sourcing, underwriting, and executing on multifamily equity and debt investment opportunities. Jason sits on Morgan Properties’ Investment Committee where he evaluates all of the Company’s acquisition and debt opportunities. Jason joined the Company in May 2017 when Morgan Properties was the 25th largest apartment owner in the country and has been instrumental in elevating the Company to the fifth largest with over 70,000 units and $11 billion in Assets.

Jason also leads Morgan Properties’ debt investment platform where he has put together a team and developed the processes that Morgan Properties has utilized to become a major investor in the Freddie Mac K-series CMBS space. Since launching its credit platform in 2017, Morgan Properties has closed on 12 K-Series B-Pieces across $11.9 billion in loans. The twelve B-Pieces have a total face amount of $900 million.

Prior to joining Morgan Properties, Jason worked at Och-Ziff Capital Management, where he focused on equity investments, preferred equity structures, mezzanine financing, and senior loans across traditional and niche real estate asset classes. Before Och-Ziff, Jason worked at Goldman Sachs in the real estate investment banking group.

Jason received a Bachelor of Science in Economics with a concentration in Finance and Real Estate from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He currently serves on the Federation Housing Inc. Board, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s (CHOP) Facilities Expansion Advisory Committee and the Jewish Federation Real Estate Committee. He is also a member of the Chamber’s Middle Market Action Team (MMAT), a consortium of leaders driving rapid growth in companies with annual revenues between $10M & $1B through targeted programs and strategies, and contributes to Forbes’ Real Estate Council. Jason has been recognized as one of HousingWire’s 2020 Rising Stars and Connect Media’s 2020 Next Generation Award in the National category.