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We Are The Masters.

The collective expertise of our principals enables us to exert a powerful voice on the entire span of distressed real estate.


We are led by an interesting duo of talents revolutionizing the housing industry.

The collective expertise of our principals enables Woodward Asset Capital to exert a powerful voice in the real estate industry and offer a unique perspective on how the market’s historic shortsightedness created and perpetuates today’s problems. Our company culture is casual, energizing and pedal-to-the-floor.

We believe the best innovations come from looking at a problem from every angle and trying something no one’s tried. We dare to be different. We love what we do and the people we work with. We are dedicated to driving change.

Rodney Carey

Rod Carey

Rod Carey is an expert on the politics and perspectives of the mortgage industry. He is also an insightful consultant who identifies gaps in business practices and finds ways to make companies more efficient. Rod has written numerous industry articles, served as a professional expert on industry panels, on TV and in print, and is regularly consulted by major mainstream media professionals on the state and future of the housing industry. Prior to forming Woodward Asset Capital, Rod was a Director with First Franklin Financial Corp., a subsidiary of Merrill Lynch. He also held leadership positions at two retail origination firms.

Ronald Jasgur

Ron Jasgur

Ron Jasgur has more than 20 years of financial, operations and business development experience in the real estate industry. Previously he was founder and president of Homesource, Realtors for 12 years. Ron serves on multiple committees of the Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors (GMAR) and is a former Director of the Western Wayne Oakland County Association of Realtors (WWOCAR). He is passionate about the way real estate is bought and sold and ardent about ways that the industry can, and should, change. He is a regular expert source and contributor for industry articles and perspectives on the state of today’s housing industry.

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