- Company: Goldshine Management Consulting, LLC
- Phone: (240) 426-2605
- Website: goldshineconsulting.com
Specialties & Experience
General Specialties: Real Estate and Premises Liability
Specialty Focus: Experienced in multifamily property management and real estate, Litigation support includes property management operations, standards of care, life/safety, risk and security issues, fair housing, leasing and marketing, resident screening, property inspections, partnership disputes, and valuation.
Education: BA, Political Science, The George Washington University
Years in Practice: 45
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 1
Jeff Goldshine, Principal of Goldshine Management Consulting, LLC is a Certified Property Manager, (CPM) and an accomplished multifamily executive who has led and created property management companies over the last 30 years. He has achieved a successful track record of the creation and enhancement of start-up property management companies resulting in exceeding financial expectations and the creation of positive work cultures. He specializes in maximizing the value of real estate and its people, and is known in the industry as a proactive visionary and proponent of new multifamily products and solutions. Jeff brings a perspective based on facts, industry norms, and experience to his role as an expert witness. As a hands-on senior executive, he provides a unique "both sides of the desk" outlook as a result of his experience representing both owner managed and third party managed organizations, in addition to serving as an asset manager. His experience spans the industry: property management operations and marketing, renovation issues, financial industry benchmarking of normalized income and expenses, standard of care issues, fair housing, risk and security concerns, premise liability concerns, property inspections and due diligence concerns. This knowledge coupled with his proven leadership and strong communication skills, provide the basis and foundation of how he will approach every case.