Susan Singer, CCIM
Executive Vice President Brokerage Services
3100 McKinnon Street, Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75201
As Executive Vice President for Bradford in Dallas, Susan focuses on tenant representation, agency leasing and general brokerage activities. Susan has over twenty-nine (29) years of experience in the real estate industry with the last twenty-five (25) years being in the Dallas market. She most recently was a Vice President for Transwestern Commercial Services in the Leasing Services Division. She was responsible for marketing and leasing One Energy Square, Two Energy Square, 6688 NCX and Concourse Office Park.
Prior to joining Transwestern, Susan was Vice President of Sales and Leasing for Emerson Partners. She was responsible for all leasing and marketing of Emerson’s 2.2 million-square-foot portfolio of office/tech and office/warehouse properties in Dallas and Austin. Susan also previously worked as a broker for The Industrial Group (TIG) and handled leasing responsibilities for such institutional clients as Kennedy Associates, GE Capital, Prologis and Principal Financial Group. Prior to joining TIG, Susan worked at Littlefield Real Estate Company in Austin as a commercial property supervisor, responsible for the management and leasing of downtown and suburban office properties and the company’s industrial portfolio. Ms. Singer’s career highlights include completing 639 transactions consisting of over 7.63 million square feet of leased property and over 156 acres of land sold. The total value of her transactions is in excess of $239,000,000. Susan was Bradford Companies 2011 Top Producer, Dallas Business Journal 2011 Heavy Hitter and D CEO Magazine 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Power Broker. Susan received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in College Station. She has also received her CCIM designation. Ms. Singer is an active member of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) – Board of Directors 2005 – 2006; North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors (NTCAR) – Board of Directors 2003 – 2005; North Texas CCIM