Courtland Townsley

    O: 872 225 2008

    Courtland Townsley, Touchstone's founding partner and managing member, has been in real estate since 2003. His first job was on the development side of the business, where he was responsible for large-scale conversion projects across the United States. Over the course of his career, Courtland has negotiated more than 3000 transactions, involving more than $800 million in value. He holds a Managing Broker’s license in several states. He started Touchstone in 2008 with the goal of providing best in class management and real estate services to clients affected by the 2008 financial crisis.

    Since that time, Touchstone has helped owners of over 1000 properties maintain their investments while minimizing their risk, in many cases preventing foreclosure for owners with few other options. By focusing on maximizing the value of client real estate portfolios, Courtland is proud to say that every single client of Touchstone's in its six-year history has weathered the financial crisis with their investments intact. With the current rebound in real estate prices, he is excited to help those clients realize the return on their investments, and expand their portfolios, no matter the size.

    As the needs of those clients evolve, Courtland and Touchstone are determined to provide an all-encompassing suite of real estate services for clients both current and future, ensuring long-standing and productive relationships between Touchstone, its employees, and clients.

    Testimonials

    I’ve had nothing but pleasant experiences working with Touchstone Group. They are very professional and have saved me a lot of grief by managing my apartments. They’re very good at what they do – it was a huge jump from a previous company I worked with who basically did nothing to this group who not only does their job, but does it well. They’re wonderful and I don’t know what I would do without them!
    K. Wallace
    Courtland Townsley

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