Mo A. Hashem
Mo A. Hashem has been actively buying, selling, and managing residential real estate since 2010. In 2011 he founded Flat Fee Landlord, a residential property management firm with offices in Northern VA, Washington DC, Bethesda MD, Houston TX, Austin TX, San Antonio TX, and Dallas TX. Mo and Flat Fee Landlord have served 2,000+ real estate investors, 4,000+ tenants, and is considered one of the fastest-growing residential property management firms in the country. In 2012 Mo founded HASHEM REALTY, a residential sales and leasing brokerage. In 2019, Mo founded Hazel Management, a property management firm that specializes in managing apartment communities. Today, Mo creates and implements value add business plans for the apartment communities we acquire in order to achieve optimal returns for our investors. In addition to overseeing overall asset management, Mo is involved in creating and fostering relationships with industry leaders and investors.
Mo holds a BA in Political Science, Business Administration from West Virginia University. He grew up in Northern Virginia, a bustling suburb of Washington, DC. Mo, along with his wife, Samantha, and two young daughters, moved to Houston, TX in 2017 to expand their Real Estate business and develop the Texas market.
Samantha Hashem grew up outside of Pittsburgh, PA where she graduated in the top 10 of her high school class of more than 450 students. She went on to graduate in 2006 from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management with a track in Entrepreneurship.
Upon graduation, she moved to the Washington DC Metro area and spent 8 years in Business Development for Federal Services within the Department of Defense and Intelligence sectors. In 2014, she made a career switch into real estate where she oversaw the property management division for Flat Fee Landlord and served as the marketing director for Hashem Realty.
In 2018, she co-founded Hashem Holdings, a real estate investment company aimed at acquiring and investing in income-producing Class B and C multifamily apartment communities.