Jeremy joined Anders Ranch Realty to further expand the firm’s geographic scope and coverage. Jeremy’s professional experience in commercial real estate valuation & finance and his background in wildlife ecology, range management, and forestry, further enhance Anders Ranch Realty’s core competence and focus on larger-scale ranch properties.
Prior to joining the Anders
team, Jeremy was with Cushman & Wakefield’s Capital Markets Group within
their valuation practice from 2003 to 2006 based in Houston. In 2005, Jeremy began to take an active role
in further developing C&W’s valuation and consulting platform in Mexico
& Latin America and in mid-2006, he relocated to C&W’s
While with C&W, Jeremy’s expertise focused on providing practical, timely valuation solutions, development consultation, and detailed market analysis for C&W’s institutional-oriented, global clientele. Working extensively throughout Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America, his work centered on investment-grade, income producing properties in the industrial and retail sectors. As a member of C&W’s Residential Development Group and Golf Group specialty practices, Jeremy also focused on resort master planned communities and other large-scale residential developments.
Prior to returning to graduate school, Jeremy utilized his background in wildlife ecology and natural resource management as an independent Land Agent. Notable projects include procuring right-of-way for Anadarko Petroleum and serving as a project-based consultant for Smith & Smith Forest Management in the northeast and central regions of the state. As an undergraduate at Texas A&M, he was a co-op student for three years with Wildlife Systems (San Angelo, TX), serving as a wildlife technician and hunting guide in West Texas, Colorado, and New Mexico. Jeremy also served as an undergraduate research assistant for the multi-year Eastern Wild Turkey reintroduction project in the Post Oak Savannah ecological region of Texas, a joint effort of the Texas A&M department of Wildlife & Fisheries and Texas Parks & Wildlife.