Todd Zeldin

Todd Zeldin, President and Founder of ACG Professionals, Inc., received his graduate degree from The Haas School of Business at The University of California at Berkeley and his undergraduate degree from Indiana University. Mr. Zeldin founded ACG in 1992.

Recognizing the need to review transactional information accurately and quickly, Mr. Zeldin has positioned ACG as the industry leader by providing value-added services such as lease abstracting, financial due diligence and analytical services to the real estate industry and to corporate real estate departments. ACG services more than 100 firms internationally, evaluates tens of billions of dollars of commercial real estate each year, and abstracts and reviews thousands of leases annually. ACG expanded its services to include full-time placement of real estate professionals in 2005.

Mr. Zeldin has guest lectured at Harvard University, Emory University, Columbia University, University of North Carolina, Vanderbilt University, and Georgetown University. Mr. Zeldin also has presented at several professional organizations including GSCPA, IREM, BOMA, NAIOP, REALCOMM, CoreNet, and ICSC.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Real Estate Financial Modeling and Due Diligence Practices.
  • Industry Trends Related to Acquisitions, Dispositions and Technology Implementation.
  • Connectivity to Property Management and Accounting Systems from Forecasting and Budget Applications.
  • Industry Financial, Property Management and Lease Administration Software.
  • Retail Specialty Including Market and Lease Analyses.
  • ARGUSĀ® Software (specifically ARGUS DCF).


  • Taught Entrepreneurship class at The Paideia School high school in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
  • Honored as one of Georgia Trends 40 Under 40 in 1998.
  • Honored as finalist in Small Business Person of the Year by Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and Atlanta Business Chronicle in 2005.
  • Graduated from Leadership Atlanta, Class of 2001.