Karl Pischke is a Vice President based in RCLCO’s Orlando, Florida office. Since joining the firm in 2015, Karl has worked closely with a variety of clients in both the public and private sectors, and with a particular focus on Master-Planned Community (MPC) and large landowner clients throughout the Southeastern United States. As part of the firm’s real estate economics practice, he focuses on providing strategic guidance for clients pursuing development opportunities in urban and suburban infill sites, master-planned communities, mixed-use environments, resort communities, and rural locations. His expertise includes product and market segmentation strategies, market positioning and pricing evaluations, financial feasibility studies, highest and best use analyses, fiscal and economic impact studies, and market opportunity analyses for an extensive variety of residential and commercial land uses.
Karl is a key contributor to The Advisory, RCLCO’s research and reporting publication, and helps lead the firm’s Top-Selling Master-Planned Community (MPC) Report initiative. As part of the authorship of this publication, Karl assists in monitoring over 200 Master-Planned Communities that the firm tracks on a semi-annual basis.
Karl holds a Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) with a major in Finance from the University of Florida. His coursework focused primarily on real estate development, as well as the financial and market-driven concepts that impact real estate decision-making. Karl also serves on the board for the RCLCO Foundation.