Tim Woods, originally from Tulsa, Okla., received a bachelor’s degree in both business administration and economics from Oklahoma State University in 2008. He recently visited the Stillwater campus to speak to Nancy Titus-Piersma’s Real Estate Finance class to share his experiences in the real estate industry.
Woods is the National Director of Asset Services for Matthews Real Estate Investment Services in Dallas. Currently, he is focused on growing a new division at the firm and tapping into new sources of revenue.
Why did you choose to major in business?
I think I originally wanted to go into banking when I first started as a freshman. I chose economics as a major after finishing Econ 101. Something about the graphs and adjusting demand/supply curves based on the scenario provided intrigued me.
What do you most enjoy about your job?
I enjoy the business development portion of my job. We are creating new sources of revenue for my firm and that is exciting. It is an amazing experience to create a market for our services and help our clients reach their investment goals. Each day I face different challenges that require a new way of solving problems. Every day is different and I have the opportunity to take a blank canvas and create something beautiful. We have seen tremendous growth in our firm over the last couple years and it is really fulfilling to see how far we have come. I truly work for a great organization that provides the platform to make a significant impact on the real estate industry.
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