Edward Ginn has been active in commercial real estate since 1982 and is the founding principal of Equity Retail Brokers. His expertise is grounded in more than 30 years in the commercial real estate industry, during which time he has been involved in the sale or financing of over $500 million of retail properties. He has also negotiated hundreds of commercial leases.
Throughout his career, Edward’s commercial real estate clients have included many of the country’s best known retailers and organizations. He has closed transactions for such notable companies as Federal Realty, Brixmor (formerly Centro Properties), Prudential Insurance, IDS Life Insurance Company, Indianapolis Life Insurance Company, The Rouse Company, Alliance Bank, Bank of America, Beneficial Savings Bank, Bryn Mawr Trust, Citibank, Commerce Bank (now TD Bank), Wachovia Bank, Lowe’s, Office Depot, A&P, Gateway Computer, AutoZone, Centro Watt, Keystone AAA, and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
He presently leads the company’s Investment Sales division, where his strong relationships and deep knowledge of cash fl owing retail assets proves beneficial for both buyers and sellers. He is a past Co-Chair of the Investment Sales Council for the Retail Brokers Network. The Investment Sales Council is a group of retail brokers that stretches across the country specializing in the sale of retail investment properties throughout the United States and Canada.
Edward served as President of the Retail Brokers Network (RBN) from 2005 to 2007 and continues to play an active role in the national organization. During his tenure as President, the RBN’s member offices grew from 22 to 36 nationwide; it now has 60 offices working together to develop retail real estate business for brokers, owners, and retailers.
Edward earned his B.S. in Accounting from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. He is a licensed real estate broker in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
Professional Affiliations: Capital Markets Real Estate Network, Retail Brokers Network, International Council of Shopping Centers