Gobind Ahuja

law student in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Gobind S. Ahuja, J.D. ’18, BBA ’15, is a Juris Doctor Candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School. His focus is on corporate law with interests in the areas of commercial real estate, capital formation, business development, municipal & land use law.

Gobind has over 7 years of experience in the student housing and multi-residential real estate industry. Gobind started his career by establishing a real estate investment, management and construction firm, RedStone Properties, with a focus on providing hands-off investment solutions to international investors seeking to capitalize on the Canadian student rental market. In this capacity, Gobind acquired and managed a portfolio of 12 properties containing 67 units. Gobind established progressive relationships with community stakeholders including university and college residence managers, municipal officials and compliance officers. Gobind directed construction and renovation projects involving the conversion of single-family dwellings into student oriented multi-residential investment properties. He also demonstrated an ability to improve existing properties, through modest upgrades and repositioning, to maximize occupancy and revenue.

Throughout this time, Gobind has built a reputation with tenants and investors for providing high quality and affordable housing to students and working professionals. Testimonials can be found on his company’s website at www.redstonecanada.com.

Gobind holds an advanced diploma in Civil Engineering Technology and an Honours Business Administration Degree from Laurentian University.

Gobind’s experiences in business, real estate, and construction have exposed him to the intersecting areas of business and law.

  • #businesslaw
  • #entrepreneurship
  • #renovations
  • #realestatedevelopment
  • Work
    • RedStone Properties - Former Owner & Founder
  • Education
    • Osgoode Hall Law School
    • Business Administration at Laurentian University
    • Civil Engineering technology at St. Lawrence College