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Matt Pepper Joins Curry Real Estate Services Commercial Team

by Suzanne Licata

Curry Real Estate Services is happy to announce the addition of Matt Pepper as vice president on its commercial division. In this role, Pepper will help lead the property management and leasing activities for the company’s commercial properties throughout the metropolitan area.

“Matt not only is an exceptional commercial real estate professional he is a demonstrated leader and wonderfully good spirited; we could not be more excited to welcome him to Curry,” said Ellen Todd, president of Curry Real Estate Services. “Curry is growing. Bringing Matt on strengthens an already solid commercial team and extends our ability to maintain the standards of professionalism our owners and tenants expect of Curry.”

Pepper grew up in Kansas City’s Northland and has always been familiar with Curry, its real estate footprint and community involvement. “Joining Curry gives me the opportunity to help lead a unique team and work for an organization that has earned an amazing reputation in the industry and community,” said Pepper. “Curry is nearly 100 years old. Its investments in their people and properties are for the long term. It is great to be a part of its future.”

Prior to joining Curry, Pepper served in a leadership role as operations director for the Kansas City office of a global commercial real estate services company. Previously recognized as CPM of the Year by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Kansas City Chapter, he currently serves as the chapter’s 2022 president.

In addition to IREM, Pepper is a member of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Metropolitan Kansas City. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia and a master’s in business administration from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. From 2013-2018, Pepper was a member of the Park Hill School District Board of Education, serving as president and treasurer. His involvement continues as a council member of the Park Hill Education Foundation. He lives in Kansas City, Missouri.


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