Kansas City Office
Steve Stollman Team Leader
Steve Stollman recently joined Cushman & Wakefield as the Kansas City Multifamily Advisory Group Team Leader. In addition to increasing local and regional market share, he will specialize in delivering investment advice, transaction execution, and market information to owners and investors seeking to buy, sell, finance or develop multifamily real estate in the Kansas City region.
Steve has over 30 years of commercial real estate experience in brokerage, development, and corporate real estate. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, he resolved a significant number of asset matters across the country including loan assumptions, defeasance transactions and transfers of ownership involving multifamily assets. Most recently, Steve was a senior asset manager for one of the highestrated servicers of CMBS loans.
Gibson Kerr, CCIM Director
Gibson Kerr, CCIM joined Cushman & Wakefield as director of Capital Markets in Kansas City in 2013. With over 30 years of commercial real estate experience, he has closed over 250 transactions, including numerous landmark multi-family developments in Metropolitan Kansas City.
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Gib served as managing principal of Sperry Van Ness in Kansas City and as vice president of Tower Properties. Previously, Gib was a principal of Colliers Turley Martin / Kerr & Company and worked as an asset manager with Wachovia Bank of North Carolina. He is a graduate of Washington & Lee University (BA) and the University of Virginia (MBA).
Jeffrey joined the Cushman & Wakefield Kansas City office in 2013 after graduating from Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business and Real Estate. Jeffrey was a four-year letter winner on the Missouri State Bears swim team. In his current role, Jeffrey is responsible for providing in-depth market and financial analysis, transaction oversight and client management. He specializes in investment property sales in the Kansas City area and has a cumulative sales volume in excess of $60 million.