In this episode we sit down with a true veteran in the CRE industry, Bob Mohr. We discuss how Bob has built his empire and how he has actually thrived during COVID when most have struggled. We dive into the retail, industrial and office segments separately and get his take on the current events and future of each segment! We hope you enjoy!
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Two years after the Indiana native moved to Dallas to begin a promising career in commercial real estate, the market crashed. A less tenacious individual might have been disheartened by the downturn in 1986. Bob Mohr saw it as an opportunity to serve an underrepresented clientele—commercial real estate tenants who had no choice but to work with brokers and others representing both sides of a transaction.
As the Founder and CEO of Mohr Partners, he leveraged his long-term vision, savvy negotiating skills and commitment to looking out for his clients’ best interests into a unique business model that has made Mohr Partners the go-to representative for high-profile corporations around the globe. Today, the company provides a comprehensive suite of client-focused services that include web-based software, strategic planning, economic development, construction management, lease administration, financing, and brokerage services.
With 24 offices and more than 300 associates, Mohr is the largest exclusive corporate real estate services firm in North America—overseeing 500 million square feet of space in more than 20,000 locations.
In 2000, Bob’s entrepreneurial instincts were the catalyst behind the creation of Mohr Capital—an innovative real estate investment firm that improves and develops office, industrial and retail properties across the country while offering unrivaled lease rates and a unique share of profits to tenants. Under his leadership, Mohr Capital counts Verizon, Hertz, Baylor Scott & White, Goodyear, Cooper Tire & Rubber and Northrup Grumman among the prestigious tenants and corporate users occupying Mohr Capital properties throughout the United States.
Following Bob’s example of conscious capitalism and community service, the team at Mohr Capital are passionate advocates in their communities—actively helping organization such as Jonathan’s Place, a Dallas-based safe haven for abused and neglected children, teens and young adults.