Paul Oberschneider (born 1958) is an American entrepreneur and real estate investor, known as the former CEO of Hauser Oberschneider, and Ober-Haus. He is the current CEO and principal investor of Vital Ingredient and Oxon Investments.

Early Years

Oberschneider was born in Chicago, USA and currently lives in London, UK.


Oberschneider attended Culver Military Academy in 1976. He then attended Skidmore College and Loyola University where he graduated in 1981.

Real Estate Investments

Oberschneider founded and served as CEO of Ober-Haus real estate agency from 1993 to 2007. He then founded and became CEO of Hauser Oberschneider from 1993 to 2010. In 2004 he oversaw a successful management buyout of Ober-Haus from the previous controlling investor Apollo Real Estate.[1]

In 2010 Oberschneider and his partners secured a 50 million euro loan on their retail property portfolio in Estonia. It was the largest retail refinancing in the Baltic region and Poland.[2] He was selected one of the fifty top real estate professionals in the pan-European property field by EuroProperty magazine's 2012 Elite edition.[3]

Current Ventures

Oberschneider is one of the principal investors in the UK fast food chain Vital Ingredient since 2011. He also invested in Oxon Investments, a hotel renovation company. The company bought and took over management of the Weston Manor Hotel in Oxfordshire in 2012.[4]

Personal life

Paul Oberschneider's family own and operate a commercial dairy farm in Argentina and have a home in Buenos Aires. He maintains a keen interest in polo and horse breeding.[5]


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