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Steve Pumper

Steve Pumper

Executive Managing Director, Transwestern

Steve serves as executive managing partner of Transwestern’s Capital Markets and Asset Strategies Group. Steve utilizes his 31 years of commercial real estate experience to lead and coordinate the national operations of the Investment and Asset Services Group. He oversees all aspects of Transwestern’s investment and finance platform including, asset sales, financial advisory, and corporate real estate finance for all product types including office, industrial, retail, healthcare and multi-family. He also oversees the firm’s national business development efforts for strategic agency leasing and property management services. Steve is a member of Transwestern’s executive committee and board of directors. Prior to joining Transwestern, Steve was senior managing director for Insignia/ESG, where he was responsible for institutional business development regarding investment sales, management, leasing and financing opportunities. He also served as an officer and vice president of the Real Estate Roundtable (RER), formerly known as the National Realty Committee (NRC). Steve earned a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Arizona State University. He is a licensed real estate sales state of Texas.

  • Institutional Investment Insights

    Dallas is emerging as a major global destination for capital, ranking at number seven on the list of top ten global cities for commercial real estate investment. Taking advantage of the ever growing economy, this secondary market saw an increase in investor interest, moving up to 14% this year. Hear from the industry's top institutional investors as to why Dallas remains a prime choice in their investment strategy.

  • The Heavyweights: Institutional Investment Strategies

    Institutional investors have been behind most of the biggest transactions in the market. Be it private or public equity, these mega-buyers often set the tone of the market. What can we expect from these players in both the near and long term, and what does it mean for the CRE business?

  • Capital Markets and Asset Strategies

    Houston is ranked as a top investment market for 2015, proving that non-coastal markets continue to pique investor interest. Will this interest hold strong despite the recent volatility in oil prices? Hear from the industry's top institutional investors as to why they are choosing Houston as well as the property types key to their investment strategies.

  • Institutional Capital Markets

    Capital continues to flow in to the secondary markets and Dallas has been consistently ranked over the last few years as a top investment market. Hear from the institutional investors on why they are choosing Dallas and the key property types that are ranking in their investment strategy.

  • Institutional Investment Insights

    Hear from the institutional investors on why commercial real estate continues to be a favored asset class among institutional, international and private investors. Where are we in the cycle in the major US markets regarding office, industrial, retail and multifamily investment and what impact does development have concerning investment strategy?

  • Institutional Capital Markets

    Capital continues to flow in to the secondary markets and Houston has been consistently ranked over the last few years as a top investment market. Hear…

  • The Changing Scope of Investors: Are Secondary Markets the New Number 1?

    As many investors start to adjust their investment strategies, the increase in interest in secondary markets, such as Austin, Houston and Orange County becomes more evident. While big institutional and small boutique investors remain hesitant due to the lack of products with satisfactory yields, yet unwilling to accept smaller returns from more focused niches, local high-net-worth investors are capitalizing on their niche marketplace knowledge and banking investments on their own communities. Come find out the who, what, where, when and why.

     

  • Capital Sourcing and Investment in Houston

    Houston has quietly weathered the economic storm and is becoming a major draw for investors from inside the region, nationally and internationally. Hear from the investors themselves about the draw to Houston and barriers to entry, including the difficulty of sourcing capital on projects.

  • Real Estate Capital Flows

    Just when it seemed that the commercial real estate industry was overflowing with capital, there appears to be even more money entering the investment…

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