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Self-Storage Real Estate Firm Midcoast Properties Hires New Brokers

Update 4/30/20 – Midcoast has hired J. Kris Knowles as an additional broker, focusing on self-storage properties in Georgia. Knowles spent 32 years offering expertise in institutional negotiations to hospitals, pharmacies, and corporate and private businesses. He’s worked within the self-storage industry over the last two years, according to a press release.

Knowles earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia and attended graduate school at Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business.

“His education, experience, and warm, engaging personality make him an excellent fit for Midcoast Properties Inc.,” company officials said.

4/22/20 – Self-storage real estate firm Midcoast Properties Inc. has hired Hal H. Tanner III as a new broker. A licensed real estate agent in North Carolina, Tanner also has more than 30 years of experience in the media business. He held leadership roles, including chief executive officer, over the last 10 years before transitioning to commercial real estate, according to a press release.  

Tanner has experience in finance, revenue improvement and cost control. His working knowledge of client-based solutions that provide positive financial returns make him an excellent fit for Midcoast Properties, the release stated.

Tanner earned an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and a Master of Business Administration from Clemson University. He and his wife, Leigh, live in Goldsboro, N.C., with their four children.

Midcoast provides brokerage services to self-storage investors and owners in Alabama, the Carolinas and Georgia.

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