The Best Minds in Real Estate with Gadi Kaufmann: Hodes Weill & Associates Founder, Douglass Weill

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RCLCO’s “The Best Minds in Real Estate with Gadi Kaufmann” video interview series explores a wide range of critical decisions chief executives across the real estate sector are facing in today's unique and challenging times. In this episode, Gadi Kaufmann speaks with Hodes Weill & Associates Founder & Co-Managing Partner Douglass M. Weill about the biggest surprises of the economic downturn, the most creative investors and GPs working today, and how the COVID-19 pandemic will change real estate investment in the long and short-term. Mr. Weill has approximately 30 years of experience in the real estate industry as a consultant, advisor and investment banker, specializing since 2000 on the real estate investment and fund management industry. Subscribe to the RCLCO channel for new episodes of “Best Minds” released several times a week, and tune into our sister podcast where we dive deeper into the lessons learned and career developments of real estate industry CEOs at www.rclco.com/best-minds-podcast. Looking for guidance during COVID-19? Call us today at (310) 984-1757.


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