About Wilson Kibler, Inc.
Wilson Kibler is a full-service commercial real estate company with four locations throughout the state. Our firm provides a broad range of commercial real estate services including landlord and tenant representation, investment sales, property management and global corporate services. Each is managed by highly regarded professionals who are focused on providing value for clients throughout all phases.
Formed in 1987, Wilson Kibler, Inc. quickly grew into one of the largest real estate service companies in South Carolina. In January of 2001, the company combined its well-earned reputation of strong local business relationships and market knowledge with the national strength of Grubb & Ellis without compromising its entrepreneurial style of business. Grubb & Ellis was purchased in 2012 by BGC Partners, Inc. to form Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, one of the nation’s leading real estate service firms.
In October 2004, Wilson Kibler opened its second office in Myrtle Beach serving the entire Pee Dee region of South Carolina and southeastern North Carolina. It is one of the few in the Grand Strand market that offers a full-service, national commercial platform. Also during this time, Wilson Kibler formed its new Southeast Land and Timber division to focus on recreational and timberland tracts across the Southeast from South Carolina to North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. This group has experience ranging from institutional investment in pine plantations for income and long-term holds to acquisition and disposition of rural acreage for recreational use.
Further expanding its coverage, in January of 2011, Wilson Kibler began serving the Upstate market including Greenville, Spartanburg and Anderson. In January of 2013, the Charleston office was opened to serve the Lowcountry market. In 2017, Wilson Kibler added a Rock Hill office. These locations give the company broad reach across the state of South Carolina.
Wilson Kibler, an Accredited Management Organization®, is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, Building Owners and Managers Institute and the Institute of Real Estate Management.