Ladera Ranch, CA, March 21, 2024

YourSpace America Names Executive VP/Director of Underwriting/Project Analysis

YourSpace America, Inc. today announced the appointment of Anthony Laughlin, CPA, to the newly-created post of Executive Vice President/Director of Underwriting and Project Analysis for its national self-storage program.

"Anthony will undertake the financial analysis and financial modeling for new and existing projects, as well as determining project feasibility," according to YourSpace CEO and President William R. "Russ" Colvin. "In addition, we expect him to play a key role in the acquisition underwriting process," Colvin said.

For seven years prior to joining YourSpace America, Laughlin served as Director of Underwriting and Project Analysis for North American Self-Storage Group, LLC.

He was with Center Street Lending for the previous four years, where he performed a number of key responsibilities related to analysis of residential real estate loans. There he also assisted the COO with design and implementation of financial analysis programs. In addition, he directed the monthly reporting requirements for each lending entity and was responsible for annual preparation of partnership/LLC tax returns for each fund.

Previously, Laughlin had a number of years of accounting and business development experience: Land Acquisition Manager for Capital Pacific Homes, a residential home builder, where he was responsible for sourcing building sites for the company's Southern California Division; Controller for Luminex Lighting, Inc, where he oversaw all the company's accounting functions; Chief Financial Officer for Capital Pacific Homes where responsibilities included timely preparation/filing of all quarterly and annual SEC reports and successful negotiation with the COO for various borrowing facilities including a large corporate credit line with Bank One NA of Arizona.

Laughlin is a Certified Public Accountant and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from California State University Fullerton.