Kevin Smith

Email | 704-266-5064

Kevin comes to commercial real estate with a background in urban development, investment banking and law. He earned a B.A. in Urban Development from Michigan State University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland School of Law. He is a member of the Clarence Darrow Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity.

Kevin became a stockbroker and investment banker and co-founded Luther, Smith & Small, an investment banking/stock brokerage firm with dealings in public, corporate & private finance. His clients included General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Chrysler, and the State of Michigan among others.

After selling his interest in his firm he moved his family to North Carolina in 2004, where he invested much of his time and energy into his private consulting firm, assisting clients with corporate and public finance, asset management, capital-raising, and business start-up and development. Kevin possesses more than 31 years of experience across multiple disciplines, from investment sales and leasing, brokerage and advisory services. Through effective negotiation and exceptional market knowledge, Kevin can optimize his clients' real estate portfolio and effectively reduce costs and mitigate risks.

Kevin has his NC Real Estate Broker's License and initiated his professional education through the National Association of Realtors Commercial Investment Real Estate Council to attain his Certified Commercial Investment Member designation (CCIM). He is a member of the Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors (CRCBR).

Kevin is married with three adult children. He played college basketball at Michigan State University where he was a member of a National Championship Team, an All-American and team captain before being drafted by the Detroit Pistons. Kevin has committed time to mentoring and coaching youth sports. As an AAU basketball coach, Kevin was a dedicated volunteer and the majority of his players went on to play in college. In his spare time, he loves to golf, fishing and watching sporting events.

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