USC Price School of Public Policy

Ehud G. Mouchly

Ehud Mouchly owns READI, LLC (Real Estate Asset Development & Investments). He has more than 30 years of experience in development, redevelopment and financing of sustainable infill projects, mixed-use development (MXD) projects, master planned communities (MPC), workforce housing communities and employer-assisted housing projects. He was previously Vice President and General Manager of UniDev, LLC’s West Coast Office, focusing on the design, development, financing, and management of workforce housing communities. Earlier, Mouchly worked with SunCal Companies as a member of the master planned communities’ acquisition, entitlements and start-up team; General Manager of Anaverde (formerly City Ranch), KB-Home’s 2,000-acre, 5,000-unit in Palmdale, CA; Principal and Co-Developer of a 160-acre commercial MXD in San Joaquin County, CA; managing director in the Real Estate Group of Price Waterhouse; founder and president of a national real estate consulting company; developer/builder of residential and retirement communities.

Mouchly has served as chairman and vice chairman of several flights of the Community Development Council (CDC) of the ULI, vice chairman of the ULI Program Committee, a ULI council counselor, and member of the ULI-LA District Council Executive Committee. He is a member of the California Redevelopment Association (CRA), the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the Counselors of Real Estate (CRE), former fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), and member of Lambda Alpha International. He is an adjunct professor in the graduate real estate development program (MRED) at USC, and has served as an expert witness in U.S. district and state superior courts. He is an occasional author, instructor and frequent speaker on real estate matters in the U.S. and overseas. Mouchly holds master’s degree and certification as Ph.D. candidate (“all but dissertation”) in economics and Middle East studies from Columbia University.