RealtyLink Welcomes New Principal, Oliver Perdomo

Monday, May 21, 2018

As RealtyLink continues to grow and expand, so does its team of executives. RealtyLink named Oliver Perdomo as principal of the Chattanooga office.

With an extensive real estate development background, Mr. Perdomo has dedicated his career to delivering consistent results through his professional commitment to customer service and client relationships. Neil Wilson, principal of RealtyLink in Greenville, S.C. said, “Oliver has a unique ability to forge strong and lasting relationships with tenants and a wealth of knowledge with national retail and office clients that he brings to the table. We are excited to have him on the RealtyLink team.”

Mr. Perdomo has nearly 30 years of experience with managing single tenant developments, grocery store, commercial shopping centers, and Big Box developments including O’Reilly Auto Parts, Tractor Supply Company, Publix Supermarkets, Hobby Lobby, Dick’s Sporting Goods, TJ Maxx, and ULTA Beauty.

Most recently holding the position of executive vice president for The Hutton Company—a national real estate development company—during his time at Hutton, Mr. Perdomo oversaw their asset dispositions, totaling $110 million annually, and worked closely with the real estate, development, and legal departments to ensure congruency for all projects including new and existing developments.

Mr. Perdomo attended the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fl., and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. His focus and devotion to real estate development is key to his results-driven career. His skills and expertise make him an exceptional asset to RealtyLink and their clients.

RealtyLink, LLC is a regional commercial development company providing a full spectrum of services for restaurants and retail tenants, including market analysis, site selection, construction management, project funding, sale leasebacks, and more. Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., RealtyLink has completed the development of more than a 1,000 nationally known restaurants and retail establishments throughout the southeast.

For marketing and media relation inquiries, contact Krystal Kusak at 864 263-5420 or at kkusak@realtylinkdev.com.



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