Charlie Williams is the CEO of the Charles Williams Real Estate Investment Company (CWREIC), which invests in development and property management opportunities, specializing in self-managing their own portfolio of residential communities. The company has a 51 year old history and was founded by the late Charles Williams Sr. As a Real Estate Broker and CPM, Charlie directs the daily operations and casts the vision for new investment opportunities for the company.
Under his leadership, CWREIC manages one of the most diversified residential portfolios in the State. The communities range from Market Rate Apartments, HUD Section 8, USDA, Tax Credit, Supportive Housing for the Homeless and Mentally Ill, Assisted Living and Memory Care for Seniors.
Charlie always enjoys the challenge of new projects but focuses on a servant style of leadership that elevates others around him. He is very community minded, enjoys serving within his church, and has been actively engaged in leading several boards in the past and currently.
Charlie has been married to his wife Liz for 30 years in December. He is a dedicated family man and proud to have had two children who are alumnus Dawgs with their last son hopefully heading to Athens in another year.
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