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BBG Acquires Integra Realty Resources Offices in Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas and Louisiana

John Praytor

BBG, an independent third-party commercial real estate due diligence firm, has acquired five Integra Realty Resources appraisal offices in Jackson, Mississippi; Memphis, Tennessee; Fayetteville and Little Rock, Arkansas and New Orleans, Louisiana. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. With this acquisition, BBG will add more than 40 employees and expand its presence to 46 offices nationwide.

Appointments at the Jackson office include John R. Praytor, MAI, AI-GRS, as executive director, James O. Turner III and Kenny Owen Jr. as managing directors and Caleb Koonce as director. Their specialty practices include eminent domain, banking and finance.

Praytor has been involved in real estate valuation and consulting for more than 30 years. He has extensive experience in the valuation of shopping malls and centers, warehouse/distribution facilities, multi-family, office buildings, hospitality, special purpose properties, convenience stores, car wash going concerns, subdivisions, health facilities, condemnation and litigation support.Turner previously served as a director at the Jackson office and has nearly two decades of appraisal experience including valuation of right of way, office buildings, warehouse and distribution properties, hospitality, special purpose properties, condemnation, estate and financing. Besides his other duties at BBG, he will be involved in expanding the firm’s eminent domain practice in the region.

Kenny Owen Jr.

Owen was formerly a director at the Jackson office and has been active as an appraiser and other real estate activities for more than 25 years. His expertise includes valuation of office buildings, shopping malls, hospitality, multi-family, warehouse/distribution facilities, industrial buildings, senior housing, health facilities, vacant land, convenience stores and special purpose properties.

James Turner II

Turner previously served as a director at the Jackson office and has nearly two decades of appraisal experience including valuation of right of way, office buildings, warehouse and distribution properties, hospitality, special purpose properties, condemnation, estate and financing. Besides his other duties at BBG, he will be involved in expanding the firm’s eminent domain practice in the region.

Caleb Koonce

Koonce, an attorney, has served in numerous management roles including in-house counsel, right-of-way operations coordinator and chair of core values and culture initiatives. His appraisal experience includes complex litigation matters such as right-of-way valuation and acquisitions and special purpose properties.

The appointments at the other offices include: Grant Hogue as a director at the Fayetteville and Little Rock offices and Jan Bergk as a director at the Memphis office.

Grant Hogue

Hogue has expertise in net leased properties, retail, office, mixed-use, industrial, self-storage, right-of-way and eminent domain

Jan Bergk

Bergk has expertise in multi-tenant retail and office and self-storage valuation.

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