RTC is a team of leaders: three experienced entrepreneurs working as a team to bring creative solutions to some of the Pacific Northwest's toughest asset-related issues. Legal prowess, banking expertise, construction and development proficiency, and sales and marketing talent place this lineup heads above the competition, always ready and excited to encounter the next complicated asset issue and solve the problem.
Kevin P. Hanchett | Principal
Kevin plays an integral role at Resource Transition Consultants with his focused experience on real estate deal structuring and sales. Kevin has over 30 years of experience in the area of debtor-creditor, commercial litigation and corporate financial matters. Kevin's legal emphasis was in the areas of receiverships, bankruptcy, reorganization, real estate and other secured transactions involving defaults, workouts and related litigation. In 2005, he went in-house as the acquisition and sales director of one of the largest residential developers in Washington State. In that capacity, he was in charge of negotiating complex acquisition contracts and the sale of developed properties to national home building companies as well as overseeing disputes and litigation associated with the real estate transactions.
In 2008, Kevin formed RTC to work with debtors and with banks to analyze and value their troubled assets and evaluate the best technique to liquidate assets. The system developed by RTC for liquidating troubled assets resulted in the sale of over $30 million of troubled assets in 2009, one of the most challenging years in recent history for the sale of real property.
Kevin was awarded his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration in 1981 from the University of Washington. Subsequently, he earned his Juris Doctor degree cum laude from the University of Puget Sound in 1986. Kevin is currently a member of the Washington State Bar Association and a member of the Creditor/Debtor section.
Robert Nall | Principal
Robert Nall contributes to the RTC partnership over 30 years of experience in the real estate and banking industries. His leadership was instrumental in growing a mid-sized community bank by over 700 percent while building a highly profitable commercial real estate lending platform. During this period, Rob balanced tremendous asset growth with an aggressive commercial real estate loan sale program while building a $1.5B servicing portfolio.
His expertise with sophisticated real estate deal structures, negotiations and the banking regulatory environment is of significant value to Resource Transition Consultants.
Robert was awarded his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Mathematics in 1977 from Western Washington University.
- National program manager for large national bank
- Chief Lending Officer and Senior Vice President of mid-sized community bank
- CFO for luxury apartment developer
Douglas Barnes | Principal
Douglas is a dynamic and goal-oriented top real estate management executive with extensive experience in all facets of real estate development, contracting, sales and marketing, land acquisition and development, residential and commercial construction, leasing and strategic/financial planning and analysis.
Doug was awarded his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Accounting in 1978 from Oregon State University. Subsequently, he earned his Master's degree in Finance from the University of Washington in 1980.
- Regional Executive Vice President (six state area) and NW Divisional President of Centex Homes
- Principal of Intracorp Real Estate developing single family and mid-rise residences and commercial properties
- Managed Chapter 11 proceedings involving multi-state assets, acted as court-appointed trustee
- Past President of Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties and Builder of the Year in 2005 & 2007
- Significant master plan community ("MPC") experience in the Puget Sound region as well as other West Coast MPCs. Locally, Doug oversaw the acquisition, annexation, drafting of the Developer's Agreement and entitlement of Intracorp's MPC — Cougar Mountain East Village. In addition, as EVP of Centex he managed their role as proposed "lead builder" for the Cascadia MPC and the related due diligence analysis.