Frank Vora is focused on the representation of sellers and buyers of retail investment properties. At Progressive Real Estate Partners (PREP), Frank is a leading member of the Investment Sales Team. He successfully provides outstanding service to his clients and is willing to work from morning to night to help his client’s achieve their goals.
Frank is highly skilled at helping his clients achieve maximum value for their asset, but then dedicating himself to solving their exchange strategy by combing the nation for a property to purchase which satisfies his client’s goals. He has done this numerous times over the past few years resulting in successful sales and purchases for his clients.
Over the past three years Frank Vora has closed transactions valued at over $75 million dollars and as a result, is one of the leading investment sales brokers in the Inland Empire. His knowledge of the marketplace combined with strong marketing, negotiation, and deal making skills gets his clients to the transactional finish line.
Frank began his career as a Project Engineer in 1990 after graduating from New Mexico State University with a Masters of Science degree in Environmental Engineering. During his nine year tenure, he worked on a variety of projects including EIR, Phase I and II site assessments, Water, Wastewater, Storm-water and Solid-waste treatment planning and design for various private and public clients.
In 2003, Frank started working with a commercial real estate development company in Redlands. His responsibilities included prospecting sites, land acquisition, financial analysis, preparing site submittal packages, retail lease negotiations, entitlement and project coordination. During his tenure, Frank’s notable projects were valued at over $20 Million. Subsequent to his development work, Frank was a part of the Lee and Associates Riverside Retail Division. Frank’s responsibilities included representation of national, regional and local tenants and developers with respect to site selection, lease negotiations, purchase-sale negotiations, and working with municipal officials to obtain project entitlements. Frank has been an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) since 2003.
Frank resides in Riverside with his wife and two children.