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Kidder Mathews Bolsters Retail Team September 29, 2011

Posted by Erik Swanson in Research/Data, Retail News, Uncategorized.
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Kidder Mathews has strengthened its retail group in recent weeks with the addition of veteran retail specialists Rune Harkestad, Tom Dillon, Eric and Brad Bissell, and Brian Engleking.

Eric Bissell spent the majority of his 28-year career at CB Commercial and First Western Properties, but was most recently at Cascade Commercial/Wallace Properties.  Brad was also at Cascade and Wallace and will partner with Eric. They will specialized in tenant rep, land acquisition, and investment sales.

Tom Dillion is a 40 year veteran of the industry working on both the client and broker sides of the business. Tom was most recently with First Western Properties. Over the years Tom has represented national tenants such as Car Quest, Cold Stone, Godfathers, Jack-in-the-Box and Radio Shack.

Rune Harkestad is 15 year real estate veteran. He  began working as a commercial retail specialist with JSH Properties in 1998. Later he worked with First Western Properties, where his focus was locating, analyzing and acquiring development sites in Washington State for companies like Walgreens drugstores, KeyBank, and SONIC restaurants.

Brian Engelking has over 14 years experience in retail leasing and tenant representation. Prior to brokering real estate, Brian successfully owned and operated a chain of 15 video rental stores from 1987-1995.

All told, the Kidder Mathews retail team now totals over 20 experienced agents in Washington alone. Welcome gentlemen.

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