Edward B. Smith

King Industrial Realty, Inc./CORFAC International
1920 Monroe Dr. NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
USA
www.kingindustrial.com

Market Research
404-942-2082
404-630-8398 (cell)
404-942-2083 (fax)
esmith@kingindustrial.com

Bio
EXPERIENCE Mr. Smith joined King Realty in January of 2007 and brings over sixteen years of experience in real estate and corporate sales to the King team. Recently, Mr. Smith worked as Director of Acquisitions for a local residential real estate developer and was responsible for acquiring, re-zoning, and permitting land for development. In addition, he managed commercial property owned by the developer. Prior to that, Mr. Smith worked in sales for Xerox and Kodak in Jacksonville, Savannah, and Atlanta. As an Associate Broker, Mr. Smith focuses on investment sales, tenant representation, and leasing/selling of commercial and industrial properties with a particular emphasis on the Chattahoochee Industrial District and surrounding area. He holds a Georgia Appraiser’s License and an Associate Broker’s License. Ed is an Atlanta native and a graduate of The Lovett School and Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Creating clients for life through integrity and market knowledge.

Specializations/Groups: Industrial, Investment, Land

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Locally Owned. Globally Connected

CORFAC International is comprised of privately held entrepreneurial firms with expertise in office, industrial and retail brokerage, tenant and landlord representation, investment sales, multifamily, self-storage, acquisitions and dispositions, property management and corporate services. Founded in 1989, CORFAC has 46 firms in the U.S., six in Canada and 28 in international markets, including Australia, Colombia, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. CORFAC offices completed more than 10,000 lease and sales transactions totaling 500 million square feet of space valued in excess of $8.0 billion in 2017.