David Haddow, CRE

 

Lecturer
​dhaddow@haddowandcompany.com
(404) 577-7222

Biography

David Haddow teaches courses in real estate development and finance. A member of the Atlanta Board of Realtors, the National Association of Realtors, the Urban Land Institute and the Counselors of Real Estate, he is President of Haddow & Company, a real estate consulting firm founded in 1989, representing individual and institutional clients in commercial real estate investments. Mr. Haddow was formerly Senior Vice President of Landauer Associates.

Educational Background

1982 – MBA (Finance), Georgia State University

1979 – MCP, Georgia Tech

1975 – BA, Emory

Research 

Mr. Haddow’s practice assists clients with commercial real estate decisions.

Publications

David F. Haddow. Determining best use for undeveloped land. National Real Estate Investor. 1991.

David F. Haddow. The art of real estate counseling. Urban Land. 46(5, 1987).

David F. Haddow. Low cost real estate consumer analysis can pay off. Real Estate Review. 16 (2, 1986).

David F. Haddow. How efficient is the real estate market? Real Estate Today. 1985.

David F. Haddow. Making the city overview meaningful. The Appraisal Journal. 52(1, 1984).

David F. Haddow. The perils of real estate counseling. Real Estate Issues. 9(2,1984).

Teaching

CP6640  Real Estate Development Methods