Daniel Culler

Chief Executive Officer

Dan Culler

Daniel Culler oversees Avistone’s real estate operations and acquisitions. With 30 years of experience in the private equity investment, asset management, and commercial real estate brokerage industries, he has successfully completed more than $3 billion worth of property transactions.

Prior to founding Avistone, Daniel served as the Chief Operating Officer of Auction.com Commercial (now Ten-X) and as Vice President of Asset Management and Acquisitions at CT Realty.

During his tenure at CT, the firm acquired 153 properties, including 5,450 apartment units and 9.5 million square feet of commercial space valued at more than $1.5 billion.

Dan holds a BS in Finance and an MBA from California State Polytechnic University.

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