Following the addition of Elizabeth Eberle in Q2 2020, Dealpath today announced the addition of Joe Moskowitz as Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships, to their team in the newly created role. Joe Moskowitz joins Dealpath and Gary Kao (VP, Business Development and Operations) to develop initiatives that will allow Dealpath to centralize key functions for real estate investment managers onto its single, cloud-based platform.
“As Dealpath continues to become the de facto platform for real estate deal management, it is more important than ever to ensure we are able to seamlessly integrate with the best in breed CREtech solutions out there,” said Kao on Thursday.
Dealpath’s deal management software is used today by industry leaders including Blackstone, Oxford Properties, AEW, Rockpoint Group, Bridge Investment Group and UBS. Clients use Dealpath to track deal progress, access centralized deal data from any device, and collaborate on workflows that reduce due diligence errors at key moments of real estate deal decision making.
“We have gotten to know Joe well over the past few years and have always been impressed with both his work and his depth of industry knowledge and experience,” added Kao. “We are thrilled to welcome Joe to the team and can’t wait to have him play a big role in building out Dealpath’s business developments and strategic solutions efforts.”
Moskowitz joins Dealpath after four and a half years with VTS as Head of Strategic Partnerships and Technical Solutions. There, he played a role in solidifying the leasing platform’s position as a leader at the intersection of real estate and technology. Prior to VTS, Moskowitz focused on business technology at J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Global Real Assets group.
“It’s enlivening to become a member of the team to assist in the continued growth story at a time when streamlined workflow and collaboration are at the forefront of investment teams,” said Moskowitz. “Dealpath is in a unique position to double down on the value it has created for transaction teams and I look forward to scaling that across the real estate investment and proptech landscape.”