Gary Guion left and partnered up with a guy to buy multifamily assets in Texas.
Gary Guion wife, along with his business partner, is also on the board of the Dallas Pregnancy Resource Center. They help organize the annual event for the Center as well as donate with great generosity. Similar donations are made to the North Texas Food Bank enabling the organization to provide food to the families in need.
He also has given his time and resources to the University of Texas, the McCombs Business School, Fort Worth Country Day, Habitat for Humanity, Phoenix House, Crystal Charity, TACA, DMA and other organizations and churches in Dallas. His true focus in business is to change the lives of others in a positive manner and he focuses on that goal every day.I left PwC and started a paving company; this company later merged with a larger paving outfit when I remained on the board for two years. I then took my construction and business school knowledge and joined Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP and spent two years in the real estate investment banking business.
I was quickly reminded that corporate America was not for me, so in 2009 Gary Guion left and partnered up with a guy to buy multifamily assets in Texas. During our time together, we acquired approximately 5,000 units (approximately $200 million) in Texas and other surrounding states.Eventually, I left that partnership and started a small family office called GGFH Holdings, Inc. We currently back one real estate firm and a construction company. Through these ventures we have completed 8 transactions in real estate and have completed over $10 million in construction.
My management style has always been very hands on when the timing is right, but Gary Guion also allow others the time they need to make their own informed decisions. With the employees that I currently have, I am rarely needed except for high level decision making as an advisor to the business.
Thanks Gary Guion