David Brint

Chief Executive Officer
Co-founder and principal of Brinshore, Mr. Brint is involved in all development activities, including acquisitions, development financing, equity syndication and property management activities. Mr. Brint has arranged over $1 billion in complex financial transactions utilizing a variety of tools, including tax exempt bonds; federal HOPE VI, CDBG, Empowerment Zone and HOME funds; mortgage-based and cash-flow loans; credit enhancements; Historic and Low Income Tax Credits; TIF financing; and assorted grant programs. These creative financing tools have been used to leverage public and private resources that  have enabled the development of thousands of affordable apartments and homes.

Mr. Brint, on behalf of Brinshore Development, is the Midwest Regional Representative and is also Representative of the Richman Group Capitol Corporation, L.L.C., a national syndicator of low income housing tax credits. In this capacity, he oversees all of the due diligence, market rate analysis and acquisition closings for the company’s Midwest region, which have totaled  over $300 million since 1994.

Mr. Brint has worked in the real estate development field since 1982, when he began his career as a manager of real estate advisory services at a Chicago based certified public accounting firm. From 1988-1993, Mr. Brint served as Chief Operating Officer for a major real estate developer. In this capacity, he was responsible for acquisition, finance, development and property management of over 500 affordable housing units in Chicago. Mr. Brint currently serves as Board President for the Foundation for Retinal Research, which he co-founded; as a Member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Foundation Fighting Blindness; as Chair of the Science Committee of the Foundation for Fighting Blindness; as Board Member of the National Neurovision Research Institute; as Board Director of the Illinois Housing Council; as Board Director of The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who are Blind and Visually Impaired; and as Board Director of Kids Can Do Foundation. He is a former member of the Chicago Federal Home Loan Bank Board Community Investment Advisory Council and a Founding Member and past Director of the Highland Park Community Land Trust. He also formerly served as Board President of the Victor C. Neumann Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving developmentally disabled individuals.

Mr. Brint received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.