Greg grew up outside of Atlanta, Georgia where his father built custom homes, which initially sparked his appreciation for Victorian and Colonial reproductions. Greg’s passion for historic homes became apparent after purchasing and renovating his first home in Atlanta in 1996. Since then, he has been involved in over 20 major renovation projects. His stewardship ensures the historic fabric of each property is preserved, while maintaining livability for our modern needs. These projects have led Greg to Atlanta, Georgia, Mount Pleasant, and now Charleston, South Carolina. Several of his most recent residential projects have taken place on the Historic Charleston Peninsula.
In 2006, Greg received his CCIM designation #12871, and became a member of an elite group of commercial real estate brokers who have earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation. This degree is recognized as the highest accreditation in the industry and is often referred to as the "PhD. of Real Estate." Only 6% of the 80,000 real estate professionals across the U.S. and Canada hold this degree. Greg is an active member of the CCIM Institute, as well as the South Carolina Chapter of CCIM.
Additionally, Greg boasts more than twelve years of experience in commercial real estate. He possesses multi-disciplinary skills across all major product lines of retail, office, investment, multi-family, hospitality, and mixed-use properties.
Greg is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Grady school of Journalism and Mass Communication. He has been a licensed Real Estate agent in South Carolina since 2002, and is a graduate of Leadership Charleston, class of 2005. Leadership Charleston, offered by the Metro Chamber of Commerce, provides Greg with an intimate understanding of the realities, opportunities, and challenges our region faces, all while working toward positive change within our community.
Greg lives in the Wagener Terrace Neighborhood with his wife and two children.
What I love about Charleston: the ability to be both simple and sophisticated all within such close proximity. All in one day you can be on the beach for a sunrise in the morning, or out on an early morning fishing trip, eating local seafood for lunch, taking an afternoon stroll through the streets of downtown enjoying the history, the beautiful architecture and the hidden gardens. Then you can choose from a large selection of some of the best restaurants in the country for an amazing dinner, and take in a play or see live music to wrap up a wonderful day in Charleston.
There are not many places in the world where you can start your day in a bathing suit and end it in a cocktail dress or tux.