Greg AbottVice President - Investment Advisory Group
Greg Abbott is a highly respected and accomplished investment sales professional with an impressive 27-year history in the Metro Phoenix retail marketplace. Greg delivers market-leading results for his clients via a thoughtful, intelligent and trustworthy approach. He has a valuable combination of both retail leasing and investment sale experience. This combination of leasing and investment sales experience provides owners a distinct competitive advantage and valuable insight into their properties.
Greg leverages his years of market experience and relationships to achieve maximum value for the clients he represents. He has a very intelligent and strategic approach to property valuation, marketing, and sales process. His combination of market knowledge, financial analysis expertise, and leasing experience, combined with his tenacity to achieve maximum pricing for his clients, is producing outstanding results.
Greg’s deep market relationships further enhance outcomes for his clients. Whether it is business, charity, civic or neighborhood relationships, he takes pride in the community and appreciates the importance of giving back to help others in the community. He is very active in Tempe Diablos, St. Joseph the Worker and Brophy College Prep Dads Club. Greg grew up in Canada before moving to Arizona where he graduated from Arizona State University from the W.P. Carey School of Business. He continues to remain active with the University in various capacities. He has a CCIM designation and a member of ICSC.
Greg lives in central Phoenix with his wife of twenty years and three active children. He spends his spare time exercising, hiking, reading and attending his children’s sports and other activities.
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