Land Sales, P3 Structuring, Site Selection, Mixed Use Development
Eric Davis has over three decades of experience in commercial real estate and economic development. He has extensive experience in site selection, incentive negotiations, real estate project management and commercial/ industrial land use planning. He holds certifications as both a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) and a CCIM.
Eric primarily works in Central Texas and the DFW metroplex and specializes in land sales, industrial site selection and in helping economic development agencies and his private development clients in structuring incentives and public-private partnerships (P3).
He’s been involved in real estate brokerage throughout his career. He previously held positions as Director of Development Services for KSA Engineers and for Adams Engineering, President of the Owensboro, KY Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development, President of the Sherman Economic Development Corporation and Executive Vice President of the Tyler Economic Development Council.
Eric is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University and currently serves on the College of Liberal & Applied Arts Advisory Board where he was named the 2012 Alumnus of the Year. He is a contributing author to the book Toward a More Livable World – Social Dimensions of Sustainability (SFA University Press). He has been a consultant to several cities throughout the U.S. on their economic development and real estate plans. He has served on numerous civic and non-profit boards including the Texas Economic Development Council and its Executive Committee and on the city council in Jonestown, Texas.