PRICE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

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Jeffrey L. Price

Jeffrey L. Price is the founder of Price Commercial Real Estate. He has been actively involved in the Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market for more than 20 years, specializing in tenant representation, project leasing and property management.

Prior to forming Price Commercial Real Estate, Mr. Price was Vice President of Grubb & Ellis’ Dallas-Fort Worth Office Group. His primary responsibility was the development of the firm’s tenant representation services within the Metroplex. He has been associated with some of the leading nationwide real estate firms including Jones Lang LaSalle, where he managed several office buildings in the Metroplex, and Gaedeke/Landers, where he was a property manager and leasing agent both in Dallas and Nashville, TN.

Mr. Price holds a RPA designation from the Building Owners and Managers Institute and is a member of the CCIM Institute where he is a candidate for the CCIM designation. He is also a member of the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors (NTCAR) and Dallas Building Owners and Managers Association. He is a graduate of LeTourneau University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.

Ron L. Price, RPA

Summary: Accomplished real estate manager with extensive hands-on, regional and portfolio experience. Routinely turn around unprofitable operations.

Profile: Extensive real estate management background in business development and asset management with experience in office, retail, industrial and multi-family properties. Expert at training property managers. Strong leadership ability. Experienced pinpointing and solving problems with team efforts. Excellent computer skills and up-to-date codes and regulations for operation of properties.

Experience: Property Manager, Thompson Realty Management Corporation, Dallas, Texas (Dec. 2005 to June 2010). Managed a portfolio of four properties consisting of approximately a half million square feet of property. Property Manager, Price Commercial Real Estate, Inc. Dallas, TX. Property set-up for new doctors’ offices in Fort Worth, TX (Jan 2005 – Dec 2005). Senior Facilities Manager, Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc., Redmond, WA. (2002 – 2004). Handpicked to manage field properties for Microsoft in Silicon Valley, Dallas, Charlotte, Findlay Ohio and Fargo, ND. Supervised on-site managers. Established and met $7.5 million annual operating budgets for facilities. Developed additional special projects of more than $15 million. Met or exceeded all Service Level Requirements per contract with Microsoft. General Manager, Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc., St Louis, MO (2001-2002). Managed primary IBM data center with $15 Million annual budget. Facility was multitenantcomplex of more than one million square feet, with emphasis on data center reliability and redundancy. Turned around $1 million budget overage to in-line in less than six months. Successfully finished first year through streamlining and refocusing efforts to meet customer goals. Real Estate Consultant, Insignia, Dallas, TX (1999-2001).National coordinator for Y2K compliance program. Director of Property Management, Woodmont Property Management Co., Fort Worth, TX (1998-1999). Oversaw portfolio of 43 commercial and retail properties. Developed a uniform plan to control all properties. Trained managers on newly implemented procedures.

I represent the interests of corporate users who are trying to lease space or purchase property. My clients typically use office, warehouse and medical buildings.

I formed my company in 2002 after working on behalf of Landlords in the positions of property manager and leasing agent. There are very few people in commercial real estate that have over 20 years experience working on both the tenant and landlord sides of the table.

My experience includes commercial real estate brokerage representing corporations in the acquisition of commercial real estate via leasing and management, negotiating all aspects of aquisitions, expansions, renewals, reloactions, terminations, subleases and restructures.

-Jeff Price

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