February 17, 2023 – (Little Rock, AR) – RPM Group/Mark Bingman Wins CoStar’s Q4 2022 Power Broker Quarterly Deals Award. CoStar Group, Inc., the leading provider of commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces, today announced the CoStar Power Broker Quarterly Deals winners for the fourth quarter of 2022. Mark Bingman of RPM Group came out on top in the list of winners in the Industrial market. The CoStar Power Brokers Quarterly Deals winners are determined by the top deals executed every quarter, based on price and square footage.Please help us congratulate Mark Bingman on his CoStar Power Broker Quarterly Deals win for the fourth quarter of 2022 in central Arkansas market. For more information, visit: https://www.costarpowerbrokers.com/quarterly-deals/.
As chairman and CEO of the RPM Group, Kris Upton has led the growth of one of the state’s largest full-service commercial and residential real estate companies to more than 350 employees and associates with record annual sales volume approaching $1 billion. Upton is a certified public accountant (CPA) and a certified commercial investment member (CCM). Upton obtained a BSBA in accounting from the University of Arkansas in 1993 and studied investor relations at the University of Michigan. He has volunteered for Junior Achievement and youth sports and is a past member of the Executive Leadership Academy and the band, One Way. Upton says RPM’s culture and core values are anchored in building trustworthy, long-term relationships and serving clients with a level of real estate expertise that has differentiated the firm for more than 65 years.Arkansas Money & Politics - Upton - 50 over 50Arkansas Money & Politics - Fifty Over 50
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