Retail Property Advisors (RPA) was born in 2011 from a partnership of three accomplished commercial real estate advisors, with Ken Stephens at the helm. An expert with decades of commercial real estate experience, Ken specializes in the retail sector and thoroughly understands the market and the trends shaping the industry.
In 2013, RPA acquired Corporate Property Dispositions (CPD), a leading real estate advisory firm that worked in partnership with companies to divest their owned and leased surplus properties and to optimize the terms of their leaseholds. Subsequently, RPA and CPD, which focused on different aspects of the retail sector, existed as affiliates with the same top leadership.
Given the synergies between the two companies, in Fall 2022 the CPD brand was subsumed under the RPA name. All the services previously provided by CPD are now included in RPA’s comprehensive service offerings.
Today RPA provides exceptional advisory services to our clients with a focus on the retail sector. We highly value each of our clients and pride ourselves on providing customer service that not only meets, but exceeds their expectations.
RPA team members are experts in every facet of the real estate retail sector. Whether we are working with you on a single property or an entire portfolio, we take the time to learn your company culture, real estate strategy, and goals. Then we carefully assess each asset and find ways to maximize its value. In addition, RPA provides strategic advice on new store growth opportunities. We also research potential retail properties (unimproved land, value-add opportunities, and net leased investments) that will further enhance your portfolio. Our skilled strategists take both a short- and long-term view, so that you not only are prepared to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace but in the future as well.
At RPA, we offer you the guidance and support you need to make the most qualified decisions to meet your desired goals. Contact us today to see how we can work together on your next endeavor.