Renowned as a foremost negotiations expert, George F. Donohue has been involved with more real estate negotiations than most real estate professionals in the world today.
He has managed one of the largest real estate portfolios in the world which included the original World Trade Center in New York City and other major buildings totaling 20,000,000 sf of commercial real estate. Today, he is a corporate executive, author, professional speaker, consultant, professor and television & radio spokesperson.
He has over 30 years experience as a real estate executive and expert. In addition to running the World Trade Center has was also the President of GMAC's real estate brokerage company in New York and also the President of the commercial real estate division of the oldest real estate company in the United States.
Mr. Donohue has earned an Associates Degree in Construction Management, a Bachelors Degree in Architecture and a Master of Science degree in Real Estate Development and Finance form New York University.
Over his lifetime, Mr. Donohue has taught the business of real estate and the art of negotiations to thousands of people. He has consulted for corporations, governments and individuals worldwide.
He has negotiated against numerous top executives and individuals from entities such as the Japanese, Russian and French governments, Merrill Lynch, Bank of America, The Commodities Exchange, JP Morgan Chase, the Gap, Citibank, HSBC, Bank of Tokyo, Charles Schwab and hundreds of others.
He is the author of Real Estate Dealmaking which was positively reviewed in over 50 major newspapers throughout the United States and was voted one of the top ten books on real estate.
He has lectured at various corporations and universities including Harvard, MIT, the State University of New York, The City University of New York, Touro College, the Brooklyn Law School and others.
He presently runs his own real estate consulting firm and lives with his 2 children in New York.