Red Fox Capital is a private investment firm specializing in generating, creating and managing private investment opportunities for qualified investors seeking above-market returns.
Our unique strategy enables us to identify and develop distinctive opportunities for our investors and partner companies. We seek out investments where investor capital paired with our strategic and operational proficiency will create substantial value-add opportunities.
When you choose to invest with Red Fox Capital, LLC, you are avoiding the middleman approach used by Wall Street to charge excessive fees and commissions. Investing outside of Wall Street, you can mitigate the volatility of the world stage which dominates the wealth of most people.
Michael S. Brown, CCIM, MICP
Co-founder and Managing Member
Michael is Co-founder and Managing Member of Red Fox Capital, an income producing fund allowing accredited, high-net worth investors to place capital with other like-minded investors, diversify their risk, grow income, and own larger more lucrative properties than would be possible on their own.
Michael oversees the company’s executive initiatives and co-directs the Red Fox Capital fund’s overall investment strategy and general management. He brings over 20 years of experience in commercial real estate and investments.
Michael also is a Partner in Red Fox Commercial Real Estate with the desire to provide a superior full service commercial real estate brokerage firm for property owners, investors, purchasers and tenants throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Prior to creating Red Fox, Michael was a Partner with L4, a boutique private equity real estate and development firm with the goal to maximize client wealth through private real estate investment.
Michael studied finance at the University of Georgia, Terry College of Business and the American Graduate School of Business in Switzerland, La Tour-de-Peilz. He also completed the rigorous Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) curriculum and Masters in Commercial Property (MICP), recognized for producing the top five percent of commercial real estate practitioners worldwide.
He is active in the local banking community as an Advisory Board member, Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), Urban Land Institute (ULI), the Real Estate Investment Securities Association, and is the Development Chairman and Board Member for a local charity helping children and veterans with disabilities.
R. Scott "Scooter" Munchel, MICP
Co-creator and Manager Member of Red Fox Capital's investment funds
Scott is the Co-creator and Manager Member of Red Fox Capital’s investment funds. Scott oversees company acquisitions, portfolio management and business-development activities. He brings over 20 years of commercial real estate, property development and portfolio management to the firm.
Scott also is a Partner in Red Fox Commercial Real Estate with the desire to provide a superior full service commercial real estate brokerage firm for property owners, investors, purchasers and tenants throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Prior to creating Red Fox, Scott was a partner with L4, a boutique private equity real estate and development firm with the goal to maximize client wealth through private real estate investment.
Scott’s focus was managing entitlement and development of numerous industrial, office, mixed use, and special use projects. Scott specialized in solving complex issues facing property owners ranging from wetland mitigation to access and road network issues with the Department of Transportation.
Scott studied Civil Engineering at the University of Virginia and completed the Masters in Commercial Property (MICP). Scott is active in the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP) and is a community leader with his son’s little league association.
A big fear was not knowing anyone who had invested with Red Fox Capital. We spent a lot of time reading the material, talking with Mike and Scott, getting questions answered, and analyzing what we learned. We felt confident that we could trust their decisions and past performance, and we knew we respected their values.