Robert Denninger joined Marcus & Millichap in 2008 and began his career in the Fort Lauderdale, Florida office, before becoming one of the firm’s first agents in the Jacksonville, Florida office. Originally from Highland Village, Texas, Robert transferred to the Dallas office in 2010. His primary focus is assisting investors with the disposition of manufactured home communities and RV parks throughout the Southern United States. Robert has a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics with finance applications from Southern Methodist University.
Known for his organized and systematic approach to brokerage, Robert brings a unique blend of focus, energy, and discipline to every assignment. This powerful skill set has led to rapidly growing list of closings, clients and vendor relationships throughout the DFW real estate community. Robert considers his business to be relationship oriented rather than transactional. He believes in creating a partnership with his clients from the first conversation, with open and frequent communication. In the preliminary stages of disposing of an asset, Robert focuses on net operating income maximization, through techniques for increasing income and expense reduction, vendor referrals when necessary, and setting ambitious, yet realistic objective timelines. Once the asset is performing in a manner to which the desired price is achievable, collaboration regarding pricing and marketing strategy is determined based on the individual client’s timelines.
Through the combination of marketing the asset through his team’s database, the Dallas Marcus & Millichap office, and the national Marcus & Millichap platform (exposure to 70+ additional offices via intranet), Robert is able to “funnel” the mass buyer pool and isolate who the most qualified and probable buyers are, receive numerous offers, and ultimately drive value through the competitive environment created.
Once under contract, Robert will provide appropriate contacts including title companies and attorneys when necessary to help assist with purchase contracts, earnest monies, title commitments, and removal of contingencies seeking a smooth closing.