Get to Know Mark Gheiler


Mark Geiler

Born in Lima, Peru, Mark Gheiler immigrated to Maryland as a middle schooler in 1986. His father, involved in residential construction, accepted a job here in Baltimore. Mark’s Latin American and Jewish culture intersect during the high holidays, where family is central to every gathering. Mark and his wife Eve celebrate with their three children and grandparents from both sides of the family.

You may recognize Mark from his community involvement across Jewish Baltimore or through his professional work at his full-service real estate title and escrow company, MiCasa Title, LLC. We sat down to get to know Mark a bit and here’s what we found out.

Answer the quintessential Baltimore question – where did you go to school?

I attended Beth Tfiloh for middle school, McDonogh for high school, travelled to New England to attend Brandeis University for undergrad and returned to Baltimore to attend UB School of Law. I currently live in Pikesville with and my wife Eve and three teenage children, Tali, Ilan and Itai.  

Tell us about your day job and how you came to start MiCasa Title?

Immediately after college I worked at JenMar Homes, my family’s home building business. I had truly enjoyed studying Political Science at Brandeis, but it was not the most practical schooling to work in construction, so I decided to go to Law School. After my first year at UB I got an internship at a local title company and quickly knew what I was meant to do. I worked there and at a couple of other title companies until 2007 when I decided to open MiCasa Title.

How did you get involved with The Associated?

While on the board of Beth Tfiloh Congregation, I became the Beth Tfiloh representative to the Baltimore Jewish Council (BJC) Board – I couldn’t pass the opportunity to put my political science degree to good use. I went through the Leadership Development Program (LDP) and then The Associated world opened up to me. I am a past member of the BJC Board and the CHAI Board and currently serve on the REIG Committee and the Associated’s Real Estate Committee.

And, why is your involvement with REIG, our real estate industry group, important to you?

REIG arranges some of the best events to meet the local leaders in the real estate industry and to showcase their projects.

What is your favorite Baltimore spot?

Chiyo Sushi in Mt. Washington. Sit at the counter and ask Alan for the Mark Special.

What is the TV show or book you are currently enjoying?

TV show – Succession and I have my eye on Cowboy Bebop next.

Book – 2034, a novel about the next world war. I may need something lighter to read after I finish this…

Do you have any hobbies or interests that occupy your time?

My daughter Tali is in her senior year at Jemicy School, so I am really enjoying her college admissions search. We spend a lot of time researching and visiting schools together. My sons Ilan and Itai are in middle school at BT. I try not to miss any of their soccer and basketball games.


Subscribe to our newsletter

The Associated is a home for everyone in the Baltimore Jewish community. We offer several email lists to help people find a community, engage with their peers and support Jewish journeys around the world.

Join Our Mailing List

Add Impact to Your Inbox

Sign up for our newsletter


Subscribe to our newsletter

The Associated is a home for everyone in the Baltimore Jewish community. We offer several email lists to help people find a community, engage with their peers and support Jewish journeys around the world.

Join Our Mailing List
Skip to content
This Website is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilitiesWe are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility standards.
Conformance status