Paul Heydweiller is a graduate student in the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate Class of 2018.  Paul is currently an editor of the Cornell Real Estate Review, Vice President of Career Services for the Cornell Associate Real Estate Council (AREC), and a member of Cornell Real Estate Women (CREW) promoting the advancement of women in the real estate industry.  Paul is pursuing a development concentration, with a focus on the redevelopment or repositioning of existing assets to create value.  He is particularly interested in urban revitalization that is resulting from redevelopment efforts.


Prior to entering the Baker Program, Paul spent five years as a senior associate in the Newport Beach, California office of National Property Valuation Advisors, a boutique commercial real estate valuation and advisory firm that is recognized as a premier advisor to institutional organizations, private investors, and lenders.  In this capacity, Paul conducted valuations of a range of commercial and mixed-use assets throughout the United States with a focus on discounted cash flow modeling.  Paul previously spent two years as a property tax consultant with Thomson Reuters Property Tax Services (previously Deloitte’s property tax consulting group).


Paul completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business in 2009 where he received a BBA in Accountancy.