Columbia, S.C. (January 31, 2018) – Newmark Wilson Kibler announced today that William Gregg has joined its Columbia office as a property management associate. Gregg will work primarily in retail, office and flex property management and will be responsible for the oversight of property operations, finances and engagement of third-party vendors as they relate to his portfolio of assigned properties.
Prior to Newmark Wilson Kibler, Gregg served as a residential sales and leasing agent for a Columbia-based property management firm. Before starting his career in property management, he worked as a business systems analyst for Blanchard Machinery Company.
“We are pleased to have William join our Property Management team. His knowledge and professionalism are great attributes as we continue to grow our managed portfolio throughout South Carolina,” Haskell Kibler, CPM, LEED-GA said in a statement. Kibler serves as Newmark Wilson Kibler’s asset manager for the firm’s five statewide offices.
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