Paul Richter



Vice President Retail and Medical Office Leasing
Corporate Office
3100 McKinnon Street, Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75201
Ph: 972.776.7036
prichter@bradford.com


Paul Richter is a Vice President for Dallas-based Bradford Companies, responsible for transaction management, leasing and sales of commercial, industrial and retail properties and land, representing both purchasers and sellers, or tenants and landlords.  Paul has spent his career as a commercial real estate broker concentrating his efforts in the north Texas market.  He is especially effective in value enhancement through the repositioning of projects utilizing strong leasing skills and identifying potential changes of uses/tenants.



Paul began his career representing buyers and sellers of land for apartment and retail developments, then transitioned to selling the completed developments.  He was also involved in the rezoning of land for development in several of the municipalities in the Dallas-Ft Worth area including the successful rezoning of a high profile property in far north Dallas involving over 100 acres and four owners.  He searched for and evaluated apartment properties for condominium conversions and acted as trustee for several purchasers. Paul has been responsible for leasing retail shopping centers located throughout North Texas, working on REO properties for various lenders. Working with purchasers he evaluated income producing properties, created marketing plans, managed and leased retail, office properties and leased a regional mall. Paul currently leases traditional and medical office buildings, having just completed a 10,000 square foot lease with Veteran’s Affairs prototype clinic.  He has also recently assisted in leasing a retail center for disposition, adding a 7,000 square foot crossfit tenant for the purchaser. In 2016, Paul was appointed to the Inwood Road Special Area Study Task Force for Addison, Texas. Paul has been involved in the ownership, both in partnerships and as sole owner, of mult-itenant residential, office, industrial and retail properties in Dallas and understands both the tenant and landlord side of the commercial real estate transaction process. Paul has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Austin College.  He is a member of the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors (NTCAR), and International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and is a licensed real estate Broker in the state of Texas. Paul is a member of Preservation Dallas and serves on the Preservation Issues Committee, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Historical Society and the Urban Armadillos.