Two More Advisors Join RARE Charleston
JUSTIN ALBRIGHT AND TIMOTHY MALLARD ADD YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
April 23, 2015
Charleston’s newest real estate firm, RARE Charleston, announces today that Justin Dean Albright and Timothy Seabrook Mallard have joined the full service agency. They join RARE Charleston agents Lea Anne Brown, Kevin Driggers, Michael Elliott, Sarah Reber, Brian Wolverton and Managing Broker, Forrest Edwards.
Over ten years ago, Albright began his professional career in the construction industry, focusing on residential improvements that would maximize his client’s return on investment, contractor project management and exceptional client communication. He went on to earn a Realtor ® license and is also a certified appraiser, inspector and entrepreneur, specializing in residential real estate across the entire lowcountry.
Native Charlestonian and former City of Charleston District 11 Councilman Mallard brings over two decades of experience recruiting national and international companies to the Southeast for economic development purposes and understands the details of what the Charleston region has to offer. He provides a wealth of knowledge on real estate development, site selection and urban planning for industrial, commercial and residential applications. Mallard served as a board member to the Charleston County Aviation Authority during the recruitment of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner facilities and today serves on the Board of Directors for the Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Council of Governments, as well as Crimestoppers of the Lowcountry.
RARE headquarters is located at 960 Morrison Drive Charleston, SC 29403 which is a newly renovated commercial complex managed by sister company Ravenel Associates (also home to Rawle Murdy, Lee & Associates and Magna Legal) in an area of Charleston becoming known as NoMo. The firm also has an office at 3690 Bohicket Road in Johns Island, SC, near Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, and will have other satellite offices in strategic locations throughout the lowcountry over the next several months to accommodate meetings with investors and commercial and residential clients.