a vast portfolio of assets. Leveraging her extensive experiencewith prominent industry firms, Williams has added more than
13,000 units to RKW’s portfolio, expanded its footprint acrosssix states and grew its executive and support teams by 25%within the past three years. Since 2017, she increased RKW’srevenue from $7.9 million to $22.2 million in 2019, through herpeople-first philosophy. While leading all aspects of the firm’smultifamily property management operations and new businessdevelopment, Williams has implemented new training, technology, an organizational structure and a holistic branding strategyto enhance the firm’s service level, improve operational performance and resident satisfaction, integrate new team membersand receive national recognition.
MATTHEWS REAL ESTATEINVESTMENT SERVICES
Daniel Withers has served as a top
producing agent for Matthews Real
Estate Investment Services since join-
ing the company in 2017. While focus-
ing on acquisitions, dispositions and
ground-up developments as SVP and
senior director of multifamily, Withers
has spearheaded the launch and man-
agement of the company’s Encino
office, recruiting agents, conducting training, fostering com-
pany culture and increasing revenue over the past two years.
While offering clients comprehensive advisory services on
wealth creation and personalized multifamily real estate strat-
egy, he received the firm’s coveted Chairman’s Award in both
2018 and 2019. Bringing more than 17 years of experience to his
role, Withers previously served as the director of multifamily at
As one of the most active multifamilyplayers in California, SrinivasYalamanchili has garnered nationalrecognition for his small, family-owned firm, Positive Investmentsthrough his unprecedented transaction volume. Overseeing acquisitions,dispositions and financing in his roleas principal, Yalamanchili serves as theprimary lead for more than 95% of thefirm’s transactions. Finding potential in untapped markets, heshifted the firm’s investment focus and diversified its portfolio,expanding its business into affordable, workforce and seniorhousing within secondary and tertiary markets. He reliablyobtains the best available financing through his extensive marketdata and pricing knowledge, while ensuring a supportive company culture.
AVISON YOUNG’S HAUSER TEAM
As part of Avison Young’s Southern California multifamily practice, principal Peter Hauser has expanded the practice throughnotable transactions and the recruitment of quality advisors.Hauser joined the firm in 2017 with 37 years of industry experience. Under his guidance, the team collaborates with multifamilyinvestment sales specialists throughout the US and providesadvice and solutions to buyers and sellers by staying up to date oncapital markets, local market fundamentals, legislation and regulations. While leading the team to complete numerous high-pro-file deals, Hauser executed more than $100 million in transactionvolume for the firm in 2019.
BASIS INVESTMENT GROUP MULTIFAMILY
FINANCE ORIGINATION TEAM
Employing an assembly line approach to the work, Basis
Investment Group’s multifamily finance origination team ensures
that each member utilizes their specialty expertise to service and
benefit clients. Streamlining transactions to create a seamless
customer experience, the multifamily loan production team
offers a variety of loan sizes and is on track to close more than
$200 million in transactions this year. Aiming to additionally ben-
efit the affordable housing sector throughout the US, the team
offers the ability for smaller borrowers to finance and develop
such properties by sourcing and providing loans through the
Freddie Mac small balance loan program. As the company is one
of few minority and female-owned industry lenders, the team
actively works to inspire and create a robust pipeline of future
minority and female talent.
Comprising more than 300 professionals specializing in brokerage, finance and investment banking, CBRE’s multifamily division serves a broad range of investors around the world. Executinga record year for the firm, CBRE multifamily completed $33.3billion in investment sales and handled $30.4 billion in financingin 2019. Ranking as the No. 1 Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae loanoriginator for 2019, the group offers access to diverse capitalsources, innovative technology and expertise across all multifamily asset types to provide clients with a variety of financing options.Leading the team’s activity is president of capital markets BrianMcAuliffe, head of national multifamily loan production forCBRE’s debt & structured finance platform Mitchell Kiffe, headof Americas multifamily research Jeanette Rice and senior managing director and head of CBRE multifamily capital KyleDraeger.