Now in our third decade, Brytar Companies provide investors and tenants with some of the most thorough local market knowledge in the industry. This complete understanding of our individual markets allows us to seize opportunities, accelerate the business process and provide superior service. Through our extensive experience, insight and resources, our team is able to assist investors, tenants and third party property owners in making more knowledgeable real estate decisions.
Locally owned, Brytar Companies is known for its teamwork, excellence in personnel and the ultimate commitment to investor, tenant, and third party property owner services.
Brytar has successfully developed more than $400 million of commercial projects throughout Texas and Colorado for regional and nationally known investors and tenants. Brytar's projects include single-tenant build to suits, multi-tenant retail strip centers, medical office facilities, office tech and land development. Brytar/Scott as of March/April 2019 are currently involved with developing over $80 million in development projects in Texas and Colorado including Durango and Parker Colorado, and in San Antonio, Schertz, Austin ( Cedar Park), Ft Worth ( Westworth Village), Garland, Rowlett and Dallas proper for Brytar clients that include LA Fitness, Starbucks, Shipley’s Donuts, Smoothie King, Pizza Hut, and multiple units for The Learning Experience as a preferred developer in Colorado and Texas.
Scott Remphrey- Managing Partner/ President
Scott Remphrey- Managing Partner/ President
Since founding Brytar, Inc., dba Brytar Companies in 1996 (now in its Third Decade), Scott has invested his time extensively to further strengthen his initial goal of serving client, investor and tenant interests throughout the entire process of acquisition, development of and completion of each unique project by imparting his extensive real estate experience and commitment to excellence.
His experience since 1983 in the commercial real estate business includes serving as President of Sovereign Commercial Realty; the brokerage, acquisition / disposition subsidiary of Southwest Properties Group, for seven years during the 90s. During that time, he was directly responsible for the acquisition, redevelopment, leasing and disposition of over 2 million square feet of industrial retail and office projects throughout the U.S. Prior to Sovereign, he served as the Executive Vice President of Sullivan Development, where he was responsible for the acquisition and ultimate dispositions of Sullivan's multiple development properties.
Prior to the Commercial Real Estate business, Scott was a highly rated Sales Representative/Executive for International Business Machines (IBM) Office Products Division after graduation from SMU in 1979.
As a leader in the commercial real estate industry, Scott has been previously active in the National and Texas Association of Realtors, the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors (NTCAR), the Urban Land Institute, the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP) and the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).
His community involvement is no less extensive. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Clayton Dabney Foundation for Kids with Cancer (and was awarded the exclusive ‘Apex Award’ and the ‘Gift of Giving Back’ awards) and also serves on the Board of the Texas NF (Neurofibromatosis Foundation) and has been the successful sitting Chairman for Dining Out in Dallas since 2008 which is NF's biggest fundraiser. Scott is also a past Board member of the SMU Mustang Club, a committee member with Special Olympics and previously has been involved with additional fundraising efforts for the YMCA, St. Rita School, Christ The King School, Bishop Lynch High School and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Scott has recently also been involved civically as a selected member on the Mayor of Dallas Downtown Preservation Solutions Task Force. Preservation Texas awarded Scott and the Task Force with the 2016 prestigious ‘Preservation Texas Alamo Award’. Scott also currently serves as a select member on the Downtown Dallas Preservation Solution’s Committee. Scott has also served for the past 2 years on the Chad Morris/Jerry Levias SMU Golf Classic Football Fund Committee for fund raising for the SMU football team.
Scott is a 1979 graduate of Southern Methodist University with a BBA, and is married to Laurin, with two children, Bryan and Tara ( the source of the name Brytar).Monica Kellett- VP Finance
Monica Lally Kellett’s successful career as a Real Estate Accountant commenced in 2000 and has been personally responsible for the accounting at Brytar Companies since 2005. Monica has experience in both the management of and the accounting for existing single tenant retail buildings, multi-tenant retail buildings, office/mixed-use buildings, self-storage complexes and apartments; along with the financial and construction monitoring of the actual development of retail and office/mixed-use buildings.
Prior to Brytar, Monica supervised the accounting for 10,000 units of apartment projects and over half a million sq. ft. of retail projects previously with the Henry S. Miller Companies in Dallas.
Additional duties at Brytar include the financial evaluation and construction oversight of Brytar’s development projects, fiscal budgets, financial reporting to third party owners, lenders and tenants, yearly tenant triple net reconciliations, maintaining vendor relations and the completion of due diligence oversight on Brytar purchases and sales.
Monica is married with two girls, Morgan and Carley.
Monica attended Texas A&M at Galveston from 1992-1996. She has performed volunteer work for the Dallas SPCA, Habitat for Humanity and the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.
Jimmy Crawford- Limited Partner
Jimmy Crawford recently joined the Brytar Companies team as a limited partner in the Management Division. Prior to Brytar, Jimmy was most recently Vice-President/Co-Founder/Partner of JSBC International (2008-2018), which designed, manufactured, and imported highly engineered steel parts featured in high-pressure, high horsepower, reciprocating pumps. Jimmy was also Vice-President of ABAC Inc. (commercial real estate appraisal & brokerage – 1979-1994); and was the Regional Sales Manager of ILD Telecommunications (1994-2004). He has maintained a Texas Real Estate Brokers license since the mid 1980’s, and also attained the designation of State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in 1992. Jimmy’s background is diverse and has strong credentials in real property valuation, appraisal & brokerage, marketing, public relations, international business/importing, conflict resolution, sales and communications.
On a personal level, Jimmy is a volunteer at The Wilkinson Center of Dallas, and for Habitat For Humanity, through his church, HPUMC. Jimmy is also a regular donor at Carter Bloodcare. And as a 1978 graduate of SMU (BBA), he has been highly involved in SMU and SMU athletics and serving for over 10 years on the Board of The SMU Mustang Club. He is blessed with Sally, his wife of 35+ years, and a daughter, Candi Brandenberg. Keeping it in the family, Sally & Candi are also SMU graduates.
Angella Gregory Sloan- General Council
Angella Gregory Sloan is an attorney excelling in a broad range of roles with over 30 years of experience in commercial real estate representing developers and lenders, and as an owner and managing member of commercial real estate development companies. Her experience includes all stages of real estate acquisition, development, lease up, disposition and financing of commercial real estate. Her experience also includes formation and operation of joint venture and other entity structures.
Her experience has included ownership and management of commercial real estate development companies involved in the acquisition, development and ownership of retail strip centers and experience in all stages of acquisition, lease up, management, and disposition, including assembly of large tracts of land for development into retail power centers and strip centers. Her experience as general counsel including forming and managing the legal department for a commercial real estate development company with multiple projects and over $350M in assets. She assumed a leadership role for the company working closely with other members of the executive team, partners and lenders. She was solely responsible for the management of outside counsel, including strategic planning and development of projects. The above required the simultaneous management of hundreds of on-going legal matters with in-depth knowledge of all.
Angella is involved in New Friends New Life and serves on the Circle of Friends Board of Directors for that organization. Over the years she has also been active in Commercial Real Estate Women of Dallas, Attorneys Serving the Community, GC Netweavers, Dallas Bar Association, Junior League of Dallas, and Junior League of Atlanta.
Angella received her J.D. from University of Houston Law Center, and her B.B.A. from the University of North Texas.
Angella is married to Matt Sloan, MD, and together they have three daughters. When not working, Angella and Matt can be found riding their bicycles around White Rock Lake or fishing and enjoying time with family.
Tim Selaiden- Facilities Manager
Tim Selaiden has been the Facilities Manager for Brytar Companies since 2003 with a strong background in the property structure, parking oversight, HVAC and roof maintenance and the overall facilities management for all of third party and Brytar owned DFW projects.
Tim has been associated with his partner/brother at Suburban Building Services, Inc since 1984 in the overall Facility Management profile. Suburban Building Services, Inc. has completed major and minor renovations for managed existing apartment projects/complexes and HOAs across the DFW Metroplex. Tim also owns MLS Services which caters to the maintenance and facilities management of retail and commercial real estate.
Tim is married to Kris, and together one daughter, Megan. In his leisure time, Tim enjoys traveling to Colorado and spending quality time with friends and family.
Tim has donated his time and resources for DFW Lab Rescue since 2006 and has also been active with several additional local animal shelters as needed.