Greg is an Associate Broker and commercial consultant for Randall Commercial Group with a focus on investment real estate brokerage and consulting. Core areas of concentration include acquisition and disposition of investment properties, sale leaseback transactions, net lease investments, buyer representation, site selection and land acquisitions and landlord/owner representation for a variety of property types including office, retail, multi-family, mixed use and land.
Greg started his career in commercial banking as an analyst and relationship manager working with public and private companies ranging in size up to $250,000,000 in revenue. His experience in contract negotiation, loan structuring, portfolio management and financial analysis served as a foundation for his desire to work in real estate. In 1998, Greg joined a real estate consulting firm in Memphis, TN specializing in the valuation of real estate limited partnerships. He developed into a leadership role as vice president and as a Principal of the firm. His expertise included real estate asset evaluation, investment due diligence and consulting services on behalf of a national clientele, with an emphasis on multifamily, commercial, office and industrial property.
Greg continued his interests in real estate moving to Sacramento, CA in 2004. For more than 10 years he has provided consulting services to real estate land developers and builders. Greg has consulted on more than 80 development projects and assisted clients with due diligence on new investments, identified value enhancement opportunities and developed cost reduction and alternative revenue strategies. Through his efforts, Greg successfully negotiated over $200 million in infrastructure and land development cost reductions and developed finance strategies supporting the issuance of over $400 million in public bond financing for projects located in California and New Mexico.
He has provided litigation support and served as an expert witness on issues related to legal and financial interpretations of public infrastructure financing and nexus law.
Greg volunteered and served on the Board of Directors of Home-Aid Sacramento, a non-profit organization with a mission to build and renovate dignified housing for temporarily homeless families and individuals. He also served as a Board member of the California North State Building Industry Association. Greg is a graduate from the University of Mississippi where he received a BBA in Banking and Finance and a BA in Psychology. He is currently pursuing his CCIM designation.