Nick Davis joined Davis Enterprises in 1997 and currently serves as Asset Manager and Director of Development. In this role, he is responsible for creating and overseeing customized asset management strategies for the company’s investment properties, future acquisition and development opportunities. He also oversees all development projects within the company portfolio.
Davis Enterprises’ portfolio currently includes multifamily apartments, manufactured homes, R.V’.s and several retail and office centers. Nick has been instrumental in maximizing total return for each assigned asset through the analysis of property efficiencies and identifying opportunities for improved performance. Additionally, he negotiates third party contracts and specializes in transitioning undervalued assets and maximizing their returns by revitalizing infill retail projects. He has extensive experience in working with city governments in changing planning, zoning and development policy to reflect the trends in historic development.
Previous experience includes extensive volunteer work abroad through Habitat for Humanity International and The U.S. State Department Peace Corps. Throughout his career, Nick has been involved in many professional organizations such as the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), the Seventh Avenue Merchants Association, Historic McDowell Now Business Association and the West Mesa Community Development Corporation. He has also served as a guest speaker for the ASU Masters in Real Estate Development Program. Nick’s redevelopment work has been featured in the Arizona Republic, East Valley Tribune and Phoenix Business Journal.
Nick is an Arizona Native and attended St. Mary’s High School. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Justice Studies and Business from Arizona State University. In addition, he is certified with the City of Glendale Police Department Crime Free Housing program and has completed the Property Management Program from the Scottsdale School of Real Estate.
Nick enjoys donating his time to charitable organizations. For years, he has been involved with St. Vincent De Paul, Maggie’s Place, Habitat for Humanity South Ranch and the Cedar Club of Arizona, where he served as president. Currently, he volunteers for a homeless shelter run by the Missionaries of Charity. He resides in Phoenix with his wife, Carrie.