Jeff Stingley

  • CBRE Promotes Jeff Stingley to EVP

    Based in Kansas City, Mo., Stingley has arranged $1.3 billion in multifamily sales during the past two years. He is the first professional in the history of the office to achieve this title.

    Kansas City 08 November 2017 12:01
  • Monarch Buys Kansas City Apartments from Equus for $21M

    Madison Walnut Creek, a 350-unit apartment complex in Kansas City, has traded hands for $21 million. Denver-based Monarch Investment and Management Group bought the property from Philadelphia-based Equus Capital Partners Ltd.

    Midwest 21 January 2014 17:25

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