As the son of the founding family of Epic Asset Management, John had the opportunity to learn the Real Estate business first hand. In 1976, while gett...As the son of the founding family of Epic Asset Management, John had the opportunity to learn the Real Estate business first hand. In 1976, while getting a degree in Economics at the University of Washington, John bought a 30-unit apartment building and restored it while completing his schooling. Following this, he personally restored several small multi-unit apartment complexes and turned them into business successes. John steadily grew the business into a successful property management operation and took over running the family portfolio of properties in 1981. In 1984, John strategically diversified his holdings into several property service companies which became business successes, and which have served to strengthen the company’s core property management business. In addition to being a driven and successful real estate professional, John’s special talents are in the identification and valuation of properties, and subsequent purchase negotiations. For the last five years, John has tutored University of Washington Economics Majors through the UW’s mentorship program.
Executive Vice President
Andrew joined Epic Asset Management in 2014 with an extensive background in multifamily property management. He began his real estate career after wor...Andrew joined Epic Asset Management in 2014 with an extensive background in multifamily property management. He began his real estate career after working in securities investments and construction sales. Andrew started in multi-family as a Portfolio Manager with HSC Real Estate in Southern California and then in Seattle. He continued on to BRE in Seattle, Portland and the Bay Area as a Regional Manager, then to Carmel Partners as Vice President of Residential Services. He was then at Arcadia Management Services Co. for nine years as the Director of Property Management. With his combined knowledge and work experience, he has developed a refined understanding of what goes into building and maintaining a premium multi-family brand. Andrew has driven the marketing presence, financial results and capital campaigns on the Epic owned assets. He launched the Epic Management Services division in 2016 to offer fee management services and is active in the ongoing development of new assets for the Epic owned portfolio.
Tim O’Leary, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
Tim is a West Coast native with over 30 strong years of real estate accounting and finance experience. He has a business degree and emphasis in Accoun...Tim is a West Coast native with over 30 strong years of real estate accounting and finance experience. He has a business degree and emphasis in Accounting from California State University, Long Beach and received his CPA certification from the state of California. After 7 years working in a CPA firm in California, he has spent the past 23 years of his career working throughout Washington, Oregon and California for both public and privately held real estate companies. He has contributed his knowledge of real estate asset management and operations, development / construction, strategic planning, financial reporting, strong communication skills and much more to the success of these companies. Epic Asset Management is thrilled to utilize his strong skill-set towards their portfolio of properties encompassing the Greater Puget Sound Region.
Vice President of Epic Asset Management
Amy Williams-McMeekin has a rich history in Multifamily and Condominium Real Estate development, management, and brokerage in the Pacific Northwest. A...Amy Williams-McMeekin has a rich history in Multifamily and Condominium Real Estate development, management, and brokerage in the Pacific Northwest. A trusted industry leader, Amy has a proven track record of successful pre-development, delivery and launch of class-A, mid-rise and high-rise developments. Amy’s expertise includes full development cycle consultation and has delivered more than thirty-five new development communities spanning the Pacific Northwest. With an expertise in urban mixed-use developments, Amy has worked on emerging neighborhood deliveries such as The Pearl District in Portland Oregon and The Spring District in Bellevue Washington. As a complement to her development background, Amy’s experience includes projects across the asset management life cycle, from delivering value add asset repositioning to asset evaluation, receiverships and brokerage management. Amy builds portfolio value through strong business planning skills, utilizing market data to create a roadmap to drive financial performance. Amy is the Managing Broker for Epic Asset Management and a licensed Principal Real Estate Broker in both Oregon and Washington. Amy also holds professional affiliations with the National Apartment Association, National Association of Realtors, Washington Multifamily Housing Association and Portland Metro Association of Realtors. Williams is also a patron of Seattle Art Museum, a Patron of the Cascade AIDS Project and former board member of the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art.