Principal, M&M Enterprises
James Maclin’s background and vision for the future align with his work at M&M Enterprises. His focus is on maximizing client income by creating new revenue streams and coordinating the processes and procedures to support them. He improves clients’ operating efficiencies through his extensive skills in revenue optimization, synergy identification and implementation, and project planning and management.
With an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Memphis as well as an MBA from Christian Brothers University with a concentration on finance, Maclin has a multi-faceted understanding of real estate and a long-term commitment to Memphis. He has worked in engineering design and project management teams that designed and constructed manufacturing facilities for Nabisco, Frito Lay, Hershey, and DuPont, among other companies.
Maclin has been singled out by clients as an understanding, innovative individual with an excellent sense of teamwork. He is also a dedicated member of the community, serving on various civic boards including the University of Memphis Alumni Association, Junior Achievement of America, and Leadership Memphis. One of his proudest accomplishments was working on a team that transformed public and affordable housing in the city of Memphis by serving on the Memphis Housing Authority board for five years.
Part of the Executive Leadership team that underwrote, developed, managed construction, and leased up over $400M worth of new product throughout the Southeast, including over $100M worth of urban infill product.
Directed P&L responsibility for $300,000,000/year portion of REIT business as well as growing these opportunities 10% annually
Transitioned businesses from government-subsidized programs to public markets without suffering short-term losses Designed and implemented a self-insurance program to reduce total cost of risk and eliminate over 50% of our premium expense, saving $2,000,000 annually Coordinated new property operating system with integration of 3rd party partners, resulting in efficiency gains of about $1,000,000/year