William J. Levy, CPM®

William J. Levy, CPM®

William J. Levy, CPM®

2024 – 2025 IREM® Regional Vice President

Region 9 (IL, MN, WI)


Madison, WI

Bill Levy, CPM®, is the 2024-2025 regional vice president for IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) Region 9, encompassing chapters in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. With a remarkable 50-year career in the industry, Levy has not only managed an impressive 295,000 student leases nationwide, but has left an indelible mark on the landscape of real estate and education.

As the CEO of BMOC Inc., a national firm specializing in institutional investments and real estate assets, Levy's influence extends far beyond the boardroom, reaching into the realms of academia, community development, and innovation.

Levy's journey in property management is intricately interwoven with his commitment to education. Having taught at the esteemed University of Wisconsin and served on the board for the School of Real Estate at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Levy is not merely a practitioner but a thought leader in the field. His instructional role at the Institute of Real Estate Management further underscores his dedication to shaping the next generation of real estate professionals.

Founded in 1984, BMOC Inc. has flourished under Levy's visionary leadership. Specializing in institutional investments and real estate assets, the firm manages communities across the nation, dealing with diverse property types ranging from high-rise mixed-use buildings to student apartments, military housing, commercial investments, and conventional apartments. With a portfolio exceeding four billion dollars, Levy emphasizes lifestyle development, transforming living spaces into vibrant communities that offer a spectrum of services, including food, housekeeping, maintenance, fitness, and concierge services.

Levy's recent appointment as regional vice president for IREM Region 9 is a testament to his leadership and influence. The first person from the Madison WI chapter to hold this prestigious position, Levy's commitment to community development is further highlighted by his decade-long tenure as the President of the local IREM Madison Chapter, where he still serves on the Board of Directors.

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