Mohr Partners Appoints Ryan Tharp as Director of Research and Analytics

January 11th, 2021  |  Press Releases, News, Press Releases & Blogs

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Dallas, TX, January 11, 2021 – Mohr Partners, Inc., the world’s largest wholly-owned commercial real estate advisory firm exclusively focused on representing tenants, has hired veteran economic development research professional, Ryan Tharp, to lead its research and Business Intelligence strategy at the Dallas-based headquarters.

In his new role, Tharp will be responsible for helping deliver, and maximize, data-driven insights to enable Mohr Partner occupier clients to make optimal decisions in managing their real estate portfolios throughout North America as well as globally. Furthermore, his role will include analyzing and presenting economic, demographic, labor, and real estate marketing conditions for information dissemination and business development. 

“I am extremely excited to join Mohr Partners to lead the Research and Analytics Team. Mohr has a built a reputation of being ahead of the curve in market analytics, trends, and site selection. I look forward to developing and progressing that even further.” – Ryan Tharp.

Tharp will report to Misti Meggs, who directly preceded him, who was recently promoted to Managing Partner of Strategy and Growth. “I am thrilled to partner with Ryan as his strong skill set and experience as a real estate economist, data scientist, and economic incentives officer make him a perfect fit for his new role with Mohr Partners.” – Misti Meggs.

Before joining Mohr Partners, Tharp served as the Director of Research at Transwestern Commercial Services and Cushman & Wakefield. There, he helped establish and direct research and geospatial (GIS) services, oversaw research activities including business intelligence, data strategy and information management, as well as performed economic and commercial real estate (CRE) analysis for clients in multiple industries and product type. Tharp has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Economics and a Master’s degree in Applied Economics, both from the University of North Texas.