MOBILE, Ala. (JUNE 25, 2020) — White-Spunner Realty is pleased to announce that Katherine White-Spunner has joined the firm as a business analyst. She accepted a position with the real-estate team in June 2020.
A licensed real estate agent, White-Spunner previously worked as the Acquisitions Manager for Move it Management in Dallas, Texas, and assisted as the firm, formerly known as Watson & Taylor Real Estate, held an initial public offering (IPO).
“Katherine’s experience in both the real estate and investment market will be an asset to the White-Spunner Realty team here on the upper Gulf Coast.” said Matt White, President of White-Spunner Realty. “Her skills and abilities are a great fit for our firm as we continue to seek new investment opportunities for our trusted clients.” (Photo: Katherine White-Spunner)
While in Dallas, White-Spunner identified new business investment opportunities, sourced the projects then vetted the properties: “I learned and grew a great deal in my previous job. I was able to take ownership in my role as I took on more responsibility in the acquisition and disposition process,” she said. From 2013 to 2020, she facilitated in expanding the Texas-based company’s portfolio from 1,750,000 square feet to 5,264,000 square feet. White-Spunner also participated in the sourcing of more than $270 million of invested capital. She will continue to maintain ownership and relationship with her previous employer.
In her new position, White-Spunner will be charged with, among other responsibilities, strengthening investor relationships through increased communication, analyzing, and improving existing property performance, and vetting new investment opportunities for White-Spunner Realty clients and its investment division.
A certified real estate analyst (CRE), White-Spunner earned a degree in business administration and management from Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business. Active in community service projects, she volunteered at the Wesley Rankin Community Center and the Stewpot Second Chance Cafe in Dallas. While attending the Upper Room church in Dallas, White-Spunner led a Bible study and is making plans to do the same on the Eastern Shore of Baldwin County.