Terry Schwartz is the Principal of Dover Realty Advisors, LLC., the Midwest’s premier multifamily real estate advisory company. Specializing in asset management, strategic planning, turnaround restructuring and repositioning of multifamily real estate holdings for institutional clients, Dover Realty Advisors also assists clients with acquisitions and dispositions.

Terry’s extensive multifamily background includes over one billion dollars of development, construction and management experience, as well as more than $600,000,000 in acquisitions, repositionings and capital markets/finance. Known as an industry leader,Terry’s track record of success includes a 19-year span as president and COO of two leading developers, builders, and operators of market rate and affordable multi-family properties.

Over the course of his 25-year career, Terry has received a great deal of recognition for his contributions to the real estate industry. In 1996, Multi-Family Executive Magazine honored him with the first Executive of the Year award. He also received the first Leadership Award presented by the Detroit Metropolitan Fair Housing Center in 1998.

Terry has been an active member of the National Multi-Housing Council Board of Directors since 1988. He is the current chair of the council’s Tax Committee and is past chair of the Property Management Committee. In addition to his work with the council, Terry has authored articles for various real estate trade publications and is invited to speak about multifamily issues at various regional and national conferences.

Terry earned his master’s degree in city and regional planning from Rutgers University. He holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from University of New Haven.

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