Tributary Real Estate Expands Denver Investment and Brokerage Teams
DENVER (May 9, 2018) – Tributary Real Estate, a fully integrated Denver-based brokerage, development and investment firm, recently welcomed Randy Roberts, Natalie Geer and Grant Oliver to its growing team. Randy Roberts spearheads and manages investor relations and is expanding the firm’s national investment footprint with Tributary’s client-driven investment strategy.
“With Randy’s expertise, we’re able to further scale the amount of capital deployed, grow our portfolio of properties under ownership and management, and continue to provide consistent above market returns to our investors,” said Ryan Arnold, a founding partner of Tributary.
Roberts is a transactional attorney by background and brings more than a decade of experience in business strategy, capital markets, debt and equity financing, and mergers and acquisitions to his role at Tributary. Roberts received a bachelor’s degree from Regis University and a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School.
As Tributary’s newest associate brokers, Natalie Geer and Grant Oliver bring a combination of business analytics and business development savvy to the well-established brokerage team.
“As we continue to expand our brokerage services, we’re always looking for talent that can help us better serve our clients,” said Andy Cullen, managing broker for Tributary. “Natalie and Grant each bring unique skill sets along with an undeniable drive that is already taking our team to the next level.”
Prior to Tributary, Geer worked as an internal consultant for DaVita, a Fortune 200 company, where she analyzed and addressed companywide inefficiencies through the development and implementation of new initiatives. She received a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance from the University of Colorado Boulder, Leeds School of Business.
Before joining the team, Oliver honed his business development skills in the healthcare sector, including serving as the sales director for Fastaff Travel Nursing and as the associate director of quality solutions for Healthgrades, where he worked to provide solutions that helped hospitals operate more efficiently and safely. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland.