Harbert Realty Services Adds New Senior Vice President Randy Jackson to Florida Team

Harbert Realty Services welcomes Randy Jackson as new Senior Vice President to the Florida Team.

Randy will drive Harbert Realty’s continued growth into the active Jacksonville, Florida market and expand its Florida footprint. “It is a significant win to add Randy Jackson to the Harbert Team,” stated David Williams, CEO of Harbert Realty. “He brings immediate credibility and real estate acumen to our Jacksonville platform.” Randy will focus on the office and industrial segments of the market but is also charged with facilitating development of all segments of Harbert’s platform in Jacksonville, including; leasing and property management, investment sales and tenant representation.

Randy, a native of Jacksonville, has over 31 years of experience in commercial real estate with several leading commercial real estate firms, such as Marcus & Millichap, CBRE, Trammell Crow Company and Liberty Property Trust. Randy has consistently been a top CRE performer in Central and Northeast Florida and has completed more than 650 transactions totaling more than 4 million square feet and over $400 million in total value. Randy has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Florida State University and has been a Licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Florida for over 25 years.

Harbert Realty Services opened its Orlando, Florida office in June 2017 and continues to expand into central Florida markets. Josh Smith, Vice President and Managing Director, heads the Orlando office. “As our brokerage operation continues to grow, having leading market experts on our team is critical to providing the level of service that Owners and Occupiers of commercial real estate are accustomed to getting with the Harbert Realty brand.” stated Smith. “Having Randy is key to providing the kind of service and market expertise that our clients expect and appreciate. I’m delighted to have him join our team.”

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