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Mark Dawejko invests in distressed properties or those with special situations in several states, including South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Delaware. With decades of experience in the industry, Dawejko also runs a significant portfolio of investments in fixed-income securities, long and short common equity, and writing covered calls in public companies in the real estate and financial industries. Mark Dawejko additionally pursues venture capital opportunities, and he has worked in Japan and throughout the United States.Before going into business for himself, Mark Dawejko gained invaluable experience at several prominent firms. From 2002 to 2009, he held a series of executive-level positions at Wachovia Securities, beginning with his role as Managing Director. Over the course of three years in this capacity, he originated $2 billion in loans and investments and initiated another program that invested $200 million yearly. Building on these successes, Dawejko spent a little over a year overseeing real estate capital markets in Atlanta, Georgia. After turning around the struggling office and growing it to $1 billion in production in one year, he accepted more responsibility in Tokyo and in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Mark Dawejko also lent his talents to GE Capital Real Estate, where he gained a promotion from Senior Investment Officer to Managing Director. Among other accomplishments, he garnered the President's Award in 1996 and 1998 and held responsibility for more than $1 billion in assets. He also oversaw five offices in California, Washington, and Arizona, growing the western territory into the firm's biggest region. In other experience, Mark Dawejko acted as Vice President for real estate firms in Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware, and he worked as a CPA for Peat Marwick. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Business Administration from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, graduating in three years.