Dell Loy Hansen is an American businessperson who is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Wasatch Group as well as the owner of the Major League Soccer club Real Salt Lake.
RSL is an American professional soccer franchise which competes as a member club of Major League Soccer Western Conference.
The club was founded in 2004 when the club’s 1st owner was awarded an expansion berth in Major League Soccer.
There is no information regarding his date of birth, location, or education.
Dell Loy is the owner of Wasatch Property Management.
The company acquires, manages, and develops commercial properties, like – office buildings and retail properties in California, Utah, Washington, and Arizona; multifamily apartment properties in Utah, California, Colorado, Arizona, and Washington; and meeting facilities, lodging space, and fine dining restaurants for residents, guests, and businesses in Cache Valley.
In 1988, he founded Wasatch Property Management. The company employs more than 600 employees with a real estate portfolio valued at around $3 billion.
Moreover, Wasatch Property Management owns and manages more than 3 million square feet of commercial property in California, Utah, Washington, and Arizona – along with 65 multifamily residential properties in 5 western states.
Among its holdings are high-profile Salt Lake properties like:
- Woodlands Business Park (an excellent business environment that is adjacent to historic woodlands within close proximity to Central Milton Keynes);
- Questar Corporate Center;
- The Ken Garff Building;
- Wells Fargo Center.
Hansen also owns Rio Tinto Stadium, an American soccer-specific stadium in Sandy, Utah. The stadium opened on October 9, 2008, and seats 20,213 for soccer. For concerts, it can be expanded to over 25,000 seats.
The stadium serves as the home stadium for National Women’s Soccer League club Utah Royals FC and Major League Soccer club Real Salt Lake.
He owns Utah Royals FC of the National Women’s Soccer League.
The club was established on December 1, 2017. It began their 1st professional season in 2018.
This American women’s professional soccer club is based in the Salt Lake City suburb of Sandy, Utah.
Real Salt Lake
In October 2009, he joined the Real Salt Lake ownership group. After spending 3 years as a minority partner, Hansen acquired full ownership of the team in January 2013.
Mr. Hansen said after acquiring the team outright in January 2013:
“Just over three years ago, I was very proud to join Dave Checketts in the world of Real Salt Lake and Major League Soccer.”
Dell Loy continued:
”Today, the chance to further deepen my participation in the growth of professional soccer in North America is incredibly exciting.”
Hansen later added:
”My enthusiasm for this sport started long ago with my family, and now I am proud that our investment now includes the entire Real Salt Lake family – starting with our incredible fan base – as we work together representing the great State of Utah.”
On December 10, 2018, Dell Loy has been named the 2019 Excellence Awards Hall of Fame recipient.
The Excellence Awards honors professionals within Utah’s commercial real estate industry who exemplify the highest degree of business excellence. It is held every year.
Ronda Landa, chair of the Utah CCIM Excellence Awards, declared:
“Dell Loy is a pillar in the local community. The investment and vision he has put into Utah, especially with the revitalization of downtown Salt Lake City, is phenomenal.”
Landa went on to say:
”He isn’t afraid to take risks that he believes will pay off in the long run, or will benefit the community, and his determination has had a direct, positive impact on our local economy and culture.”
Ronda Landa also said:
”He’s known as having a mind that works faster than the rest of ours, and it’s this quick-thinking that keeps him at the forefront of so many impactful initiatives. We are honored to present Dell Loy with this award.”
Dell Loy has founded eleven charitable foundations benefitting various needs in the state of Utah. For instance, he is a principal contributor to the Hansen Scholars Foundation, that offers scholarships to the Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University for underprivileged students.
In 2015, Hansen received the biggest fine in MLS history, with reports suggesting the fine was around $150,000. Commissioner Don Garber declared:
”The comments made by Mr. Hansen are not permitted under the league’s constitution.”
Garber also said:
”We are engaged in constructive negotiations with our players and such comments are not appropriate nor helpful to negotiations.”
He served on the committee for Utah’s Industrial Assistance Fund as well as on the Governor’s Board of Business and Economic Development for the state of Utah under Governor Mike Leavitt.
In August 2019, during an auction at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money in Chicago, Dell paid $1.32 million for the 125-year-old coin.
John Brush, president of Virginia-based David Lawrence Rare Coins, said:
“It’s one of the three most famous coins that were issued by the United States Mint.”
He is married to Julie Aiken Hansen.
Children & Grandchildren
Dell Loy has 15 children and 46 grandchildren. Spending time with family is a way he relaxes. He said:
“There is always an activity with a grandchild.”
Dell Loy Hansen – Net Worth
The company has over $3 billion in assets. Hansen is also the owner of Real Salt Lake, a professional soccer club in Major League Soccer that is valued at around $170 million.
Moreover, Dell Loy is an owner in at least 42 venture companies, with more than 4,500 employees located across Idaho, Utah, and California. The venture companies range from a wood milling company in Utah to a recycling & waste disposal company in Sacramento. Therefore, Dell Loy Hansen has an estimated net worth of $4 billion.