Our multi-generational family-owned and operated company enjoys a solid reputation for value creation, financial stability, and impeccable integrity built over seven decades and in twelve states. These core values, combined with strong leadership, have enabled Finard Properties to remain competitive and prosperous even during tough economic times and provide the foundation for mutually productive alliances with real estate investors, brokers, and municipalities alike.

Bill deploys the depth and breadth of his experience as Chairman by guiding the strategic and policy vision of Finard Properties and the assets in its portfolio.  In 1972, he joined his father in the real estate business, and for forty years Bill has been uniting people, assets, and capital.  He loves the challenges and brings creativity, determination, and realism to every effort.

Todd is responsible for the strategic planning and ongoing growth of the Finard Properties portfolio.  In his capacity as the Chief Executive Officer, Todd oversees the pursuit and execution of new business opportunities.

As Chief Operating Officer, Rob brings twenty years of experience in institutional capital markets, acquisitions, and property operations to Finard Properties’ diverse portfolio of hospitality, retail, and office properties.  He spearheads the development and execution of asset strategies across all property types and phases of the investment and development process.  Additionally, Rob oversees the accounting, management, and leasing divisions of the company and acts as the company’s Chief Financial Officer.

Paul oversees the company’s legal affairs as the General Counsel.  A focus on real estate in a variety of settings has provided him with a diverse and unique approach to each asset, each transaction, and each stakeholder.  In private practice, he developed a transactional practice with forays into distressed assets and litigation; as Legislative Director of the Boston City Council, he developed public policy including housing and zoning initiatives; and as in-house counsel to real estate companies, he has guided the legal components of expanding portfolios.