Jack Boyajian is a serial entrepreneur and serves as the CEO of EV Capital Partners. Mr. Boyajian is responsible for overseeing the origination and structuring of all of EV’s investment activities, as well as development and asset management of EV’s investment properties. Jack is considered one of the leading minds on condominium conversions in America and has built a reputation of being ahead of the market in business and in real estate development.
Over the past several decades, Boyajian and his team have developed, converted or managed nearly $10 Billion of real property, including domestic and international projects involving resorts, hotels, residential sub-divisions, luxury single-family homes, condominiums and vacation properties. Jack’s extensive knowledge of finance, the law and the management of real property has given him a unique ability to address the various and intricate issues involved in the development, re-development and conversion processes.
The Hutton Group, which Mr. Boyajian has been the President for 29 years, focuses on converting cooperatives to condominiums, a niche in which Mr. Boyajian has been a market leader for decades. Since inception, The Hutton Group has closed over $500 million in real estate transactions and yielded nearly $1 billion of equity value to shareholders.
Jack graduated from the Wharton School of Finance in 1982 and joined a firm that specialized in the development, conversion and management of condominiums, cooperatives and other multi-family residential properties. Through various companies and partnerships, Jack actively developed, converted and managed 38,000 units until 1992. During that same period, he was also active in over two million square feet of commercial management and re-development (retail, residential and office).
Jack returned to post-graduate studies in 1993 and earned a law degree from Rutgers School of Law – Newark in 1996. Although he no longer practices law, his law firms were dominate participants in the national legal debt collection industry, at one time having under active management up to $15 Billion in receivables portfolio.
Mr. Boyajian and his family immigrated to the United States in 1966 when he was just six (6) years old. By the age of 12, Jack was already helping to operate several retail stores in Northern New Jersey. Jack graduated from The Wharton School of Finance with Bachelor’s degrees in Finance, International Business and Decision Science. He earned a Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers University School of Law – Newark.