Newmark is pleased to announce that David Thibodeaux, MAI, has been promoted to Senior Managing Director for its Valuation & Advisory (V&A) practice. He will work alongside Senior Managing Director Eric Finley, MAI, SRA, as Market Co-Leader of Texas and Louisiana to expand the south-central regional practice.
A 28-year industry veteran, Mr. Thibodeaux joined the Austin office of Newmark in 2017 as Senior Director of the V&A practice. He has provided valuation and consulting services for a variety of diverse and complex real estate assets and development projects throughout Texas. Mr. Thibodeaux’s vast experience includes hotels, casinos, business parks, going-concern retail, proposed apartments, LIHTC multihousing and farmland. Additionally, he is qualified as an expert witness and has provided testimony in US Bankruptcy Court, US District Court and various County District Courts for cases involving tax appeals, acquisitions, condemnation and right-of-way.
“I am excited to work with Eric Finley to leverage our collective expertise and lead the talented team to new heights,” said Mr. Thibodeaux. “The expanding V&A platform demonstrates Newmark’s commitment to the practice and we’re thrilled to be growing so rapidly throughout the country.”
“David has established himself as a prominent commercial real estate expert with multi-faceted strengths in valuation, advisory and litigation,” said Stephen DuPlantis, MAI, Newmark V&A US Co-Lead. “David’s resume spans a multitude of property lines, effectively establishing his reputation as a prominent player in the region.”
Prior to Newmark, Mr. Thibodeaux worked at CBRE for 20 years, serving as Director of the Financial Consulting Group (FCG), Managing Director of Valuation and Advisory Services (VAS) and First Vice President in charge of the Investment Properties team.
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