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Tom Haverty

Executive Vice President

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Professional Summary

Tom Haverty joined the firm in 2001 specializing in the sale and leasing of office and industrial properties as well as tenant representation. He has sold and leased facilities throughout the metropolitan Kansas City area and has represented clients in both local and national multi-market transactions. Tom was promoted to Senior Vice President in 2004 and became a shareholder at that time. In 2008, Tom was promoted to Executive Vice President.


Prior to joining the firm, Tom was a Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Trading for Koch Chemical Company, a division of Koch Industries, one of the largest privately held corporations in North America. While at Koch, Tom had a proven record of success in business leadership and management, financial analysis, contract negotiations, and sales and marketing.


Since 2001, Tom has represented numerous local and national clients with their real estate requirements.  He has extensive experience in the sale and leasing of office and industrial properties having been involved in the negotiation of over 500 sale / lease transactions totaling over 10  million square feet with  a total transaction volume of over $300 million dollars.

Accomplishments

Kansas City Power Broker - CoStar

Education

Bachelor of Science – University of Kansas

Master of Science in Business Administration – University of Kansas

Memberships & Involvements

Past member of the Board of Directors of the ALS Association Keith Worthington Chapter 

Metropolitan Kansas City Board of Realtors

Licensed Real Estate Broker in Kansas and Missouri 

Supports various other alumni, civic and charitable organizations 

Clients

Ingersoll Rand, Dazey Corp (Sale), Remel, Bushnell, Haldex, Heritage Labs, Sprint, Comfort Products, W&D Machinery (Sale), Diapers.com, Equus Computer Systems (Sale), Midwest Refrigerated Services Dry Duck Traders, Aeroflex, Thyssen Krupp (Ken-Mac), Global Industries (Sale), All American Supply, Performance Contracting Group, K & Company, Sun Publications (Sale), Fleetpride, Timken Rail Bearing Services, Bushnell (Sale), Priority Envelope, BRK Development (Sale), PSS World Medical, Bushnell Performance Optics, Corporate Express, North Face, R3 Technology, PSA, Route 66 RV (Sale), Morgan Christopher & Company (Sale), Harvest Graphics, Tri-Anim, IBT Reference Laboratory, Cable-Tech, Lansing Building Products, Title Boxing, Cookies On Demand, Heartland Corp (Sale), SOR Controls, Church of Nazarene, Premium Nutritional Products, Huxtable HVAC/Electrical (Sale), Everest, Global Medical Direct, American College of Clinical Pharmacy (Sale), Invista, Suture Express, Equus Computer Systems, Infinity Fasteners, KRAFT, Pivot International, Summit Marketing, Mid America Plastics, Eiko-Dry Lam, B & K Installers, Inc., Mid America Credit Bureau, Midwest Warehouse Services (Sale), Midwest Fireplace (Sale), Primedia Business Magazine & Media, Mid Continental Chemical, Color Art Interiors, FRD, Hamco, Kwal Paint, Premium Water, JMB Homestores/Bassett Furniture, Lift All, Ernst Eichman (Sale), Smith RPM, Burger Engineering (Sale), TDB Communications, Ahern Rentals/Penske (Sale), Half Price Banners (Sale), Neighbors Construction (Sale), Encompass, Regal Distributing, SchlumbergerSema, Mountain Valley Water (Sale), George Trible Construction (Sale), Schwan's Sales, IBT Inc, C-Mark, JER Investments (Sale), T-Mobile, U.S. Central, Molin Concrete Products (Sale)

Services

Skills

Metro Leasing, Metro Sales, Land Sales, Distribution, Warehouses, Mixed-Use Properties

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Industrial, Land

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