Reid Burt Promoted to Vice President At Corporate Property Dispositions

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Corporate Property Dispositions (CPD), a leading real estate advisory firm, has promoted Reid Burt to Vice President. In this position, he will work with local, regional, and national clients on their surplus property divestments and leasehold restructurings. In addition, Reid will assist in the identification and acquisition of new property locations for the firm’s retail clients.

“Since Reid joined the firm in 2018 as an associate, he has been a powerhouse performer, helping clients position themselves in emerging markets for long-term growth,” says Ken Stephens, principal of CPD. “Reid’s strong financial background enables him to quickly identify the merits of a deal and provide expert guidance to our clients from the beginning of a transaction through completion.”

Prior to joining CPD, Reid worked for Warren Averett, a CPA firm, performing financial statement audits, reviews, and compilations for various companies in the Tampa Bay area.

Reid is a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in Florida and a member of the ICSC. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Auburn University and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of South Florida.


About Corporate Property Dispositions

Founded in 2003, Corporate Property Dispositions is a leading real estate advisory firm that works in partnership with companies to divest their owned and leased surplus properties and to optimize the terms of their leaseholds. With approximately 300 years of combined real estate experience, the firm’s skilled professionals provide clients with the knowledge and key information needed to make informed decisions regarding their real estate portfolio. The firm, which is wholly owned by Retail Property Advisors and headquartered in Atlanta, has offices in Tampa and Sarasota, FL; Pasadena, CA; Auburn, AL; and Baltimore, MD. For additional information, visit

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