Dealpath allows leading institutions like Oxford Properties to manage acquisitions, dispositions, development, and financing across teams with a single deal management platform, providing real-time visibility.
Today they announced the appointment of Jason Lo as its Managing Director and Head of Canada.
Lo will be responsible for leading the company’s go-to-market strategy in Canada and work closely with the rest of Dealpath’s leadership team across its offices in Toronto, San Francisco, New York, and Austin.
“Jason is a highly accomplished executive with deep experience scaling growth companies in the real estate software and data solutions space and we are thrilled to have him become a part of our leadership team,” said Mike Sroka, CEO and Co-founder of Dealpath.
“Canada continues to be a key strategic geographic location for our company and we have no doubt that Jason’s solid track record of success and strong network in the Canadian market will help increase our client solutions and market share in the region.”
Lo joins Dealpath from Altus Group, where he most recently served as Senior Vice President of Go-To-Market, Intelligence, and Strategy after successfully heading up GTM execution for its Data Solutions Division. Prior to Altus Group, he was Vice President of Sales and Client Services at RealNet Canada and played a key role in Altus Group’s successful acquisition of the company.
“I am excited to bring my experience within real estate technology to my new role as Dealpath’s Managing Director and Head of Canada and look forward to playing an integral role in the company’s expansion in Toronto and throughout the rest of the country,” said Lo.
“I join the team at an incredibly exciting time in Dealpath’s growth and I look forward to building upon the solid foundation that Dealpath’s Canada-based team has already established.”
Last year big-name real estate investors lined up for a stake in Dealpath, with the already Blackstone-backed proptech raising USD $43 million in a Series C funding round led by Morgan Stanley.