October 2019 Luncheon

  • 10 Oct 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Morton's The Steakhouse - Galleria
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TREC MCE One (1) Hour Credit APPROVED

Topic: Texas Cities Panel

Robby Eaves, CCIM, Commercial Industrial Properties

Robby Eaves is a founding Principal of Commercial Industrial Properties. His primary focus is on development projects, site selection for tenants, and commercial investment acquisitions and dispositions.

Prior to forming CIP, Robby spent four years as a Senior VP at Retail Solutions and six years at NAI Austin and REOC Austin. He brings a vast understanding to Central Texas Commercial Real Estate, having previously owned businesses in manufacturing and logistics, as well as in the food and beverage industry.

Robby is a long-time resident of Austin, having moved there in 1997. In his free time he enjoys cooking, entertaining friends, and spending time with his wife and their two kids.

Allen Gump, CCIM, SIOR, Colliers 

Allen joined the Dallas-Fort Worth office of Colliers International in May 2002 as a managing director. During his extensive career, Allen ran his own brokerage firm, The Gump Company (1992-1998), and successfully lead industrial divisions for The Baldwin Company (1984-1992).

Allen is a well-recognized industrial expert for North Texas. Beginning his career in 1984, he has a solid, respectable reputation with both other real estate brokers and his clients as a straight-to-the-point dealmaker.

Allen's knowledge spans all areas of the industrial real estate industry, as well as the entire Dallas-Fort Worth marketplace.  He lends his experience in handling leases, sales and build-to-suit projects to mentor new brokers.   

Allen attended the University of Texas at Austin and received his Bachelor of Business Administration.

PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS: SIOR's Global President, 2016; Pinnacle Award Winner, 2016; D CEO Power Broker, 2015 & 2016; Colliers Dallas Top Producer, 2007-2015: National Commercial Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Commercial Real Estate Industry by the National Association of Realtors, 2014; Stemmons Service Award Winner, 2013

Steve Monroe, CCIM, Oldham Goodwin Group        

Steve serves as Oldham Goodwin Group's VP of Investment Sales in the Greater San Antonio and South Texas area. Steve's responsibilities include managing Oldham Goodwin's San Antonio brokerage division, as well as growing the San Antonio/South Texas office in terms of personnel & property listings for the Investment Sales department.

A native Texan, Steve boasts more than 25 years in the CRE industry. Most of that time was spent at CBRE, where he served as an investment properties specialist and as a Managing Director responsible for company operations in New Mexico and California.

Steve earned his CCIM designation in 1996, and his brokerage practice has been focused on the sale of investment properties, with special emphasis on multifamily property sales. Working on behalf of both institutional and private clients, Steve's goal is to maximize the value of his clients' assets while minimizing the risks inherent in their real estate transactions. 

Moderator: Kevin Riles, CCIM, Kevin Riles Commercial

Kevin began his professional career as a systems analyst with ExxonMobil. During his business career, Mr. Riles has worked for ExxonMobil Corporation, ClearChannel Communications (KMJQ), and Managed Information Systems. His wide array of business experience, coupled with his strong entrepreneurial desires lead him to form his own real estate company in October 2000 with a focus on helping to provide real estate brokerage services to the Greater Houston Area.

In 2010 Kevin's Company Upscale Properties was renamed KEVIN RILES COMMERCIAL and expanded its services to include Commercial Real Estate Services for Small Business Owners, Churches & Non-Prof it Organizations.  As a testament to his ministerial calling he felt there was a need to provide real estate services comparable with larger firms to small organizations. To that end, he has helped small business and churches with development and brokerage services. Most recently completing a five million dollar assisted living facility in Fort Bend County both as broker and developer.

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