Waseem Hamadeh

Waseem Hamadeh
Waseem Hamadeh
Phoenix MSA Advisor, MRED
4900 N. Scottsdale Road
Suite 3000
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
 

Waseem Hamadeh brings more than 13 years’ experience in real estate brokerage, investment and finance to Land Advisors Organization. His background includes experience as a senior short sale analyst at Bank of America Corporation, managing a portfolio of 400 properties across the continental U.S.; and has been involved in over $1 billion dollars in land transactions within the last 60 months at Land Advisors.

At Land Advisors Organization, Waseem applies his financial and real estate expertise in some of the firm’s most sensitive, high-profile projects. In this role, he works closely with CEO, Greg Vogel, to advise clients during decisions concerning the highest and best use of land and disposition and acquisition approach. He performs financial modeling, including net present value and absorption analysis, for large projects including master planned communities. Waseem manages the disposition of institutional-client assets throughout the Land Advisors Organization’s national platform. He also works with Land Advisors Capital on capital assignments related to private equity and debt for projects seeking funding.

Waseem holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and a Master’s degree in Real Estate Development from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, along with his MBA from Eller College of Management Business School at the University of Arizona.

Waseem is a Goldwater member and past executive committee board member of the Active 20/30 Club of Phoenix, an organization founded by Barry Goldwater in 1932 to serve underprivileged children throughout the valley. He’s a member of the Arizona State University Real Estate Council, and serves on the boards of several organizations; including the Children in Need Foundation 501(c)(3), Urban Land Institute’s Young Leaders Group and Phoenix Art Museum’s Men’s Art Council. Waseem is also one of the founding members of the Aspiring Youth Academy, a leadership and entrepreneurship camp hosted in Northern Arizona for business inclined disadvantaged youth.