Valuation Lead and Managing Director
Meghan Czechowski is the Valuation Lead for Apprise by Walker & Dunlop and Managing Director of the Midwest Region. Ms. Czechowski joins Apprise with over 15 years of experience which includes all asset classes throughout the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. She specializes in multifamily product in the Midwest and has been engaged primarily by institutional lenders and investors, life companies, federally regulated banks, GSEs, and private equity lenders. She also has extensive experience in valuations for annual reporting purposes.
Prior to joining Apprise, Ms. Czechowski served as Managing Director of Valuation and Advisory as well as the National Multifamily Practice Group Lead at Cushman & Wakefield.
Ms. Czechowski started her career in March of 2004 as a Research Specialist covering the Chicago office market at Cushman & Wakefield. In October 2005, Ms. Czechowski relocated to Washington, D.C. and joined the Valuation & Advisory Career Development Program, and assisted with appraisal and consulting assignments in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and North Carolina.
In March 2008, Ms. Czechowski became a Senior Financial Analyst for Cushman & Wakefield Sonnenblick Goldman as a member of the Washington, D.C. Investment Sales Team and assisted in the valuation and disposition of office, retail, and industrial properties totaling more than $3.0 billion. In February 2011, Ms. Czechowski relocated to the Chicago market and became an appraiser for the Chicago Valuation & Advisory group, focusing on multifamily.
Ms. Czechowski’s appraisal and consulting assignments have included all major property types throughout the United States, such as power centers, mixed use and lifestyle centers, community and neighborhood shopping centers, multifamily properties, industrial buildings, medical office, and single- and multitenant office buildings. Additionally, her assignments performed include appraisal, feasibility and consulting assignments involving market rate and affordable rate apartment complexes, student housing projects, condominiums, vacant land, office buildings, shopping centers, and various investment properties throughout the nation.