Over 97 successful projects to date in all phases of residential and commercial development, brokerage, and management.
All projects to date with an estimated value in excess of $300M.
Strive for the perfect balance
between form and function.
Question standard norms before
choosing to obey them.
Communicate with clarity, be complex but never complicated.
Embrace the difficult decision
that drive creativity forward.
Constructive collegiality is key
to the stimulation of ideas.
Trust in collaboration,
the hallmark of our work.
At The North American Real Estate Fund, we’re excited to be uniquely positioned as a WBENC certified Woman’s owned Private Equity Fund.
Being in real estate over 20 years we’ve been intricately tied to the community as well as opportunities that are hidden from direct access to the public all of which makes a top choice for investment.
For over 25 years I’ve been committed to bringing the highest professionalism to the real estate development industry – projects that make our clients, and myself proud of what we’ve accomplished. I look forward to the next 25 years bringing the same excellence to our industry.
It’s an honor and privilege to be a part of The North American Real Estate Fund.
Ron Natinsky has served on the Dallas City Council from 2005 – 2011. As Councilman, he served as Chair of the Council’s Economic Development and International Committee and as a member of the Council’s Budget, Finance and Audit; Legislative; Public Safety; and Transportation and Environment Committees. As chair of the city’s Economic Development Committee, Natinsky helped attract to Dallas the world headquarters of AT&T, Comerica Bank and Tenet Healthcare; played a key role in persuading more than 30 international companies to site new offices/operations in Dallas; marketed worldwide the International Inland Port of Dallas in Southeast Dallas; and led the revitalization of downtown through redevelopment of numerous historic buildings. In addition to serving on the board of the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau (DCVB), he is a member of the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Dallas Planning Council, the World Affairs Council, along with other business, civic and volunteer organizations. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Trinity Commons Foundation and the Dallas Marinetime Museum Foundation. Natinsky has served as president of his homeowners association and as president of several business organizations.