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William Sheridan, CPM®, CCIM - IREM® Regional Vice President

William Sheridan

William Sheridan, CPM ®, CCIM
2020-2022 IREM® Regional Vice President
Region 11 (CA, HI)
Sfinvest, AMO®
Chico, CA

William Sheridan, CPM®, CCIM is 2020-2022 regional vice president for IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) for Region 11, encompassing chapters in California and Hawaii.  He’s a real estate investor and operator of multifamily and mixed-use properties in California and Colorado, and a Rice Producer in California.  With 36 years’ experience in the acquisition, development, operation and disposition of the family’s realty assets, Sheridan has managed all aspects of the real estate life cycle.

Sheridan’s had a wide variety of past career opportunities, including being a professional pilot and holder of an Airline Transport Pilot certificate, to the management of wholesale building supply facilities throughout Northern California, and finally as a real estate professional.  His current passion is to mentor the next generation of leaders, and he actively participates in the Sacramento ReStart Program where he lectures in the areas of finance, insurance and risk management, and the analysis of comparables.  Being an entrepreneur, Sheridan loves to help his students “think like an owner”.

Sheridan earned his CPM® designation in 2012, and his CCIM Designation in 2013, and is past president of the Sacramento Valley IREM Chapter and has received the chapter’s CPM® of the Year recognition. He holds California Real Estate Broker and General Contractor licenses, a Colorado Real Estate Broker license, is a member of the faculty of the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI), and a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS).

Sheridan earned his Master of Science degree in Real Estate and the Built Environment from the University of Denver. He’s married to Geralyn Sheridan, an award-winning jewelry designer and goldsmith, and the proud father of two wonderful children, Brianne and Evan.

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