Success leaves clues. In this week’s episode of In the Black, T. Dallas Smith sits down with real estate titan David Haddow, founder of the renowned Haddow & Company. With over four decades of experience across mortgage banking, city planning, and beyond, David provides rare insights into what it takes to build and sustain a massively successful real estate consulting firm. Having advised on over $10 billion worth of transactions, David shares the key principles, strategies, and mindsets that have allowed him to make such a monumental impact in the industry. From overcoming obstacles to establishing a thriving company culture, David pulls back the curtain on the trailblazing approach that has cemented Haddow & Company as a leading real estate authority since 1989. Beyond the boardroom, we also get to know David as an educator, writer, and civic leader devoted to advancing his community. This is an episode packed with hard-won wisdom you won’t find anywhere else – tune in now!
About David Haddow: David founded Haddow & Company in 1989. He has represented individuals and institutional clients in real estate investments since 1979, including seven years at Landauer Associates, Inc., where he was Senior Vice President in charge of the real estate consulting practice in the firm’s Atlanta office. He has an undergraduate degree from Emory University and master’s degrees in city planning and business administration from Georgia Tech and Georgia State University, respectively.
A former mortgage banker and city planner, he serves as a part-time instructor in the College of Design at Georgia Tech. His articles have appeared in numerous real estate journals and periodicals. He is a licensed real estate broker and a member of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors. Active in civic affairs, David has served on numerous boards and volunteered considerable time to non-profit organizations.
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