Moses Tucker Real Estate, a commercial real estate firm known for the redevelopment of the River Market District in downtown Little Rock, announced today the official opening of its 1,700-square-foot Fayetteville office, located in Nelson’s Crossing Shopping Center at the corner of Joyce Boulevard and College Avenue.
Principals in the Northwest Arkansas venture include Rett Tucker, Chris Moses, Jimmy Moses and Lori Adcock-McGhee of central Arkansas, and Christine Pennington and Hunter Thomason of Northwest Arkansas.
Pennington, director of real estate services, brings more than 20 years of property management and industry expertise to the firm. She received a degree in Business Management from Northeastern State University out of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and is an active member of the National Association of Realtors, the Metro Board of Realtors and the Building Owners & Managers Association.
Thomason, a Little Rock native and graduate of the University of Arkansas, is a CCIM Candidate and will serve as the sales and leasing coordinator for the Northwest Arkansas branch. Thomason is an active member of the Rogers-Lowell, Springdale and Fayetteville Chambers of Commerce. He currently serves as a board member for the Project Teacher NWA program, and is involved with the Benton County Class 14.
Zack Kifer, a Northwest Arkansas native, has joined the Northwest Arkansas brokerage team and will serve as a sales associate and leasing consultant. Kifer received a degree in real estate from the University of Arkansas in May 2015. Prior to joining Moses Tucker, he worked for Flake and Kelley Commercial Northwest. He is a CCIM candidate and is the recipient of the Northwest Arkansas CCIM Chapter’s 2016 scholarship. He is also a Springdale City Ambassador while serving as an active member of the Rogers-Lowell, Springdale and Fayetteville Chambers of Commerce.
Moses Tucker Real Estate now manages more than 4.5 million square feet of property in both central and Northwest Arkansas markets and plans to continue developing and expanding its third-party management, tenant representation, leasing and investment sales divisions.
“We hope to grow our portfolio in the Northwest Arkansas market substantially within the next 24 months,” said Chris Moses, president and CEO of Moses Tucker Real Estate. “We are growing both our brokerage and property management divisions across the state and believe we have a wonderful team in place to deliver the kind of results our clients deserve.”
“We are representing national clients — such as Pie Five Pizza, Wendy’s, Subway and Burger King — who are looking to expand in this part of the state. Having an office in this market will enable us to better serve these clients, as there is no substitute for being there in person,” said Rett Tucker, the company’s co-chairman.
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