PropTech’s Dealpath Continues Global Expansion With Toronto Office Opening

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The Company’s Deepened Commitment To The Canadian Marketplace Is Bolstered By New Strategic Sales Director Stephanie Gaty—Former CoStar And Altus Executive

TORONTO, June 29, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dealpath—the industry’s most trusted, purpose-built real estate platform, empowering hundreds of top institutions from Blackstone, Nuveen, AEW, Oxford Properties, Principal Real Estate, Metlife to Bridge Investment Group to invest in the built world—today announced the notable opening of its new office in Toronto, Canada. The location will empower the firm to expand its Canadian client base, tap into Toronto’s hub of skilled talent from surrounding top universities and provide access to core institutional capital invested in real assets as it continues rapid, strategic growth.

In tandem with expanding its existing office portfolio, Dealpath is also bolstering its executive suite with the addition of Canadian real estate veteran, Stephanie Gaty as Strategic Account Director. Gaty joined Dealpath in May 2022 after nearly three years as an integral Senior Sales Executive at CoStar Group. Prior to CoStar, Gaty held essential roles at Altus Group and AP Capital Management. Gaty earned a Bachelor of Science at McGill University, in addition to a Master of Finance / Investment within Real Estate at NYU.

"This is a critical milestone for Dealpath, as we’ve long been laser focused on deepening our roots within the Canadian community," shared Mike Sroka, CEO and Co-Founder, Dealpath. "This will allow us to not only be closer to our valued real estate customer base, but also attract Toronto’s unmatched tech talent. As we continue tracking towards rapid, meaningful market expansion, Stephanie is an invaluable asset."

Dealpath currently boasts an impressive roster of leading Canadian players including Oxford Properties Group, First Capital Realty, Fiera Properties, Manulife Investment Management, HOOPP, CentreCourt Developments, Hopewell Development, Crestpoint Real Estate Investments, Le Groupe Maurice & more.

"With deep roots at the crossroads of commercial real estate and technology, I’ve always been drawn to Dealpath’s core product suite and strategic vision for the future of deal management," stated Gaty. "As the company continues to strengthen its position as a clear leader in property innovation, I’m thrilled to support their next stage of growth, adding to their targeted client-focused, innovation driven approach."

Dealpath’s existing team features many Canadians, operating across multiple offices to support global growth. The firm’s actively hiring for the office, located at 240 Richmond St West. It opened June 1, 2022.

In addition to its brand new Toronto office, Dealpath has headquarters in both New York City and San Francisco. To date - Dealpath has supported an impressive more than $10 trillion in transactions globally.

Catch up with Dealpath in-person at the Toronto Real Estate Forum November 30-December 1, 2022.

About Dealpath — Dealpath is the industry’s most trusted cloud-based real estate investment management platform, providing real-time access to vetted, secure, up-to-date investment data to empower collaboration, strategic, and predictive decisions. Investment and development firms leverage Dealpath as their command center for smart pipeline tracking, powerful deal analytics & collaborative workflows–driving maximum performance from pipeline to portfolio management. Founded in 2014, Dealpath has supported over $10 trillion in transactions with leading institutions across the world. For more information — visit our website at dealpath.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

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