Tommy SaulSenior Vice President
Tommy Saul currently serves as Vice President for Southeastern Real Estate Group based in Augusta, Georgia. His background includes Brokering and Developing commercial projects from Florida to Ohio.
He represents multiple national retailers and restaurants on site acquisition and the development of new commercial projects. His professional experience includes contract negotiation, site acquisition, due diligence, environmental remediation, site development, project management, budgeting and marketing. He has helped raise equity/capital for the various opportunity funds the company has launched and negotiated with lenders for the acquisition of opportunity assets that would be placed in those funds.
With Southeastern Real Estate Group, Mr. Saul has been directly involved in the development of more than 20 commercial projects totaling over 4,000,000 square feet of retail, multifamily, office and hospitality space. He helped lead a team in Tennessee for the assemblage of 57 properties that included 52 single family residential homes, a restaurant, hotel, daycare center, USW local union property, and relocated a church including a cemetery for the development of a shopping center. He is currently involved in the demolition of a 1,000,000 square foot former hospital in Knoxville, TN to be redeveloped as a mixed use project to include Retail, Office, Multifamily, Student Housing and Hospitality. He also lead the assemblage of 7 properties in Downtown Augusta that included public and private properties requiring the negotiations with City Officials for the acquisition of properties that would become part of an expansion for the local university foundation.
Prior to joining Southeastern, he lived in Atlanta, Georgia performing site acquisition and contract negotiation for the telecommunication industry throughout the Atlanta MSA. Mr. Saul is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and is a CCIM Candidate.
He is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Consumer Economics.