David has over 15 years in the real estate industry, specializing exclusively in the brokerage of multi-family housing projects and multi-family site selection. Recognized as a leader in the industry and based upon his experience in the Oklahoma’s multi-family market, David has been the guest speaker at various events throughout the state and served as the moderator for several industry panels and forums. David has personally been involved in multi-family and land transactions totaling more than $1 billion throughout Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, and Missouri.
David Dirkschneider brings a unique level of experience in the multi-family industry. Before getting into the brokerage business, David worked as a general manager for one of the largest privately owned multi-family investment companies in Oklahoma, with assets over three hundred million dollars. He was responsible for oversight on every aspect of their operations, from construction on rehabilitation projects, to the day to day activities on all properties. How that benefits David’s clients, is he knows what to expect and look for in finding the right deal. He can look at an apartment complex and see things the ordinary eye cannot. When working a financial analysis on a property, he can see where value can be added or where there may be an overstatement on income projections. Clients have been able to put their trust in David knowing he can consistently provide them with the results they expect.
David has committed himself to this community and has proven so by his public service. David serves or has served this community by serving on various boards, committees, trusts and councils. In addition to serving three consecutive terms as city councilman he serves or has served on the following boards and committees:
These positions allow David to stay involved in the community as well as have an input on the progress going forward. In addition to the boards and committees, David is an alumni of Leadership OKC, a member of Oklahoma City’s Commercial Real Estate Council, Urban Land Institute, runs the local Young Marine Unit and served as a volunteer for YMCA’s high school mentorship program called Y-Achievers.
Before joining Capstone, David held leadership positions in both a large independent commercial real estate company as well as the local office of a major commercial real estate company where he was named as rookie of the year in 2007 recognizing his achievement as the top producer for the state of Oklahoma, a title he held for multiple years. Some of David’s major clients include, LNR Partners, Fannie Mae, Bank of America, Oklahoma City Housing Authority, Federal Reserve, Resource Residential, Living Investments, City National Bank, SC Bodner Company, PB Odom III Construction, First Bethany Bank & Trust, Chase Bank, Quail Creek Bank, First Bethany Bank & Trust, Interbank and other numerous national, regional and local investors.