Today RPM Group announced that its Board of Directors appointed Kris Upton to serve as Chairman of the Board and President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company effective April 4, 2018. Pete Hornibrook will assume the role of Chairman Emeritus and continue to serve as an Executive Broker in the commercial sales division.
For more than 60 years RPM Group has paved the way for Women in Business! From hiring the first woman in real estate in Arkansas to producing five inspiring "Women Leaders in Real Estate." We are proud to continue to be the leaders in the state for diversity and excellence.
The Board of Directors of RPM Group announced that James Dietz and Reed Gibbons have been promoted to Vice President of RPM Group. The decision was made at the company's fall board of directors meeting.Dietz and Gibbons are both commercial and investment sales associates and have been with RPM for more than 30 combined years. Dietz, a former Arkansas State Representative and member of the North Little Rock Planning Commission has played an instrumental role in the growth and development of central Arkansas for more than 40 years. Gibbons has more than 12 years of experience in selling commercial real estate and has been a multi‐million dollar producer each year since 2005. Gibbons is a strong community supporter and currently an advisory council member for the Industries for the Blind. “We are excited to recognize James and Reed as they are both integral members of our commercial and investment division. Their immense knowledge of the commercial real estate industry will be instrumental in the long‐term growth and vision for our company.” said Pete Hornibrook, Chairman & CEO of RPM Group.
Veteran real estate practitioners will share their experiences structuring tax-deferred 1031 like-kind exchanges that worked well for their clients and answer questions about what makes a good exchange transaction in a Facebook Live event on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 1 pm CST.
WASHINGTON (September 12, 2017) — Commercial real estate price growth in large markets is expected to flatten over the next year, but strong leasing demand and investor appetite in smaller markets should keep the sector on solid ground, according to the latest National Association of Realtors® quarterly commercial real estate forecast, https://www.nar.realtor/reports/commercial-real-estate-outlook. Backed by the ongoing stretch of outstanding job creation in recent years, national office vacancy rates are forecast by... Read More