Specialties: Investment, Retail
Background & Experience
Commercial Real Estate Specialist at NAI Knoxville
July 2008 - Present (7 years 7 months)
Since joining NAI Knoxville in 2008, Trey has been directly involved in the sales, leasing or modification
of approximately 80 million dollars in closed transactions. He compiles annual market reports and presents his findings to various groups of investors, economic development entities and municipalities across East Tennessee. Specializing in landlord and seller representation, Trey’s multidisciplinary background and his ability to view projects from an owner’s perspective have allowed him to be successful despite tough economic conditions.
Land Development Intern at The Reserve at Lake Keowee
September 2006 - December 2006 (4 months)
Shadowed the director of development for The Reserve at Lake Keowee, a 4,000 acre Master Planned
Community with 30 miles of coastline on Lake Keowee that includes a Jack Nicklaus Premier Golf Course with lot prices ranging from $250,000 to $750,000. Worked in the field with project engineers and surveyors determining the best location for future roads, sewer plant spray field additions and lot placement for future phases of development. Performed financial cost/benefit analysis of various project options including deal structuring, product selection, and road placement.
Commercial Development Intern at Burroughs & Chapin Company, Inc.
May 2006 - August 2006 (4 months)
Worked as an intermediary between the head controller and the bond underwriter with regard to the Multi County Business Park project, a 400 million dollar public private partnership between Horry County, SC and Burroughs and Chapin. Primary responsibilities included data collection and analysis to help determine TIF bond revenue projections, including: rent information, tax assessments, and internal cross department data collection throughout the organization. Performed competitive market study to determine feasibility of all of the firm’s high-rise condominium projects in the pipeline. Prospected competing shopping centers for tenants wishing to expand or relocate into one of Burroughs and Chapin’s centers. Participated in weekly meetings with upper level management discussing operational objectives and various issues that needed to be addressed during the coming week.
Research Analyst at Clemson University Center for Real Estate Development
August 2005 - May 2006 (10 months)
Performed feasibility studies: market analysis, due diligence, capital budgets and pro formas for several projects across the state. Compiled a market overview for an 800 acre Master Planned Community, located in Simpsonville, SC for the property owners with emphasis placed on price points and absorption estimates in addition to product mix recommendations. Performed public feasibility study for a 32 million dollar proposed redevelopment project on 30 acres of land near downtown Anderson, SC.
Master of Real Estate Development
The University of Tennessee
Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration:Finance Major
Professional Associations & Designations
Urban Land Institute, member, current
South Carolina District Council, member
Young Leaders Group Upstate South Carolina, member; 2005 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, CA, 2006 Place
Making Conference in Atlanta, GA, 2006 Annual Meeting in Denver, CO
International Council of Shopping Centers, member, current, 2007 Spring Conference in Las
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, member, current
Sigma Chi Fraternity, Beta Sigma; Budget Committee Member – worked with a small group of members to design a successful budget, worked with budgeting monies averaging $100,000 annually