BARRON CHANNER, MBA, CAIA
Barron Channer is the CEO of BACH Real Estate, an affiliate of Woodwater Investments. BACH was founded with the inspiration of contributing to South Florida's emergence as a world-class metropolitan area. A native of Miami, Barron is widely recognized as a rising figure in the real estate industry and emerging business leader in the community. His passion for real estate investing grows out of his personal philosophy of community, quality and opportunity. A healthy COMMUNITY deserves and needs the talent and care of its citizens to be put into action be activated. QUALITY should be the expectation of and aspiration for each individual regardless of their lot in life. Fair access to OPPORTUNITY should be the birthright of all in a community that seeks to thrive. These axioms influence Barron's leadership approach and strategic vision for our firm.
Barron has nearly a decade of experience with complex real estate transactions including acquisitions, restructuring and development. His experience includes direct exposure to various property types across several geographic markets and through multiple cycles. Prior to founding BACH, Barron led the investment activity in the Eastern US for The Peebles Corporation. Primary focus was dedicated to metropolitan areas of South Florida, Washington DC and New York.
Barron obtained an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He also earned a Bachelor of Science degree with cum laude honors in Computer Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Recently, Barron attained the prestigious designation of Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) after rigorous testing.
He is active in the community as a board member for Baptist-South Miami Hospital and a national board member for The American Friends of Jamaica. Further, he contributes time as an advisor to young people aspiring to business and educational success. Barron personal experiences have made him a passionate proponent of the transformative impacts technology and entrepreneurship have on a community.