Executive Team

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Weidel has hard-earned its success by defining its core values, securing a reputation for integrity and creating a strong sense of family as part of its tradition. Today, Weidel is uniquely poised to positively utilize disruptive opportunities that will transform the rapidly evolving real estate industry. We've been able to achieve this due to a world-class leadership team, sales management team, and dedicated team of professional real estate agents to move the company forward.
 
 

 

Executive Management Team


 

Weidel, Ric     Richard A. Weidel, Jr.

     Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

 

Richard Weidel, Jr. joined the company in 1979 just when the credit markets were entering a very chaotic period.  He guided the company and the housing industry through one of its toughest phases. Under his leadership, Weidel Real Estate expanded rapidly by adding Princeton Mortgage Corporation, relocation services and The Princeton School of Real Estate. Princeton Assurance Corporation came under the Weidel umbrella in the 1990s. Throughout the company’s trying times and remarkable success, Mr. Weidel has remained accessible to everyone in the company. Furthermore, he has maintained his family’s 100-year tradition of commitment to quality service, personally guaranteeing customer satisfaction.

 

 

Weidel, Richard

Richard A. Weidel III

Executive Vice President

 

Richard A. Weidel III is the Executive Vice President of Weidel Real Estate, one of the fastest growing brokerages in NJ and PA. Richard started his career at Goldman Sachs in New York where he worked in the Real Estate Financing Group within the Investment Banking Division. Richard worked with some of the largest owners of real estate in the United States and executed over $5 billion of debt offerings. After Goldman Sachs, Richard joined one of the largest private owners of real estate in Florida as VP Acquisitions and Asset Management. He was responsible for leading the successful turn-around of a portfolio of 15 assets and the acquisition of additional shopping centers valued at approximately $200 million.