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Encore Retail Appoints Senior Property Manager

""Encore Retail, LLC"":http://www.encore.bz/retail_Homepage.html, a subsidiary of Dallas-based ""Encore Enterprises"":http://www.encore.bz/, recently named Daniel Underwood as senior property manager of the firm.

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In his new position, Underwood will oversee the day-to-day property management services function of monitoring the physical operation and condition of each property, and he will be in charge of the coordination of tenant improvements, collection of revenue, expense control, and financial reporting for existing and new retail assets. In addition, Underwood will be responsible for results-based

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management of lease-up processes, tenant retention, and additional value-added marketing strategies.

Prior to joining Encore Retail, Underwood served as senior property manager for Emerson's Commercial Management, where he managed more than 3 million square feet of retail and industrial property portfolios. During his time with the company, Underwood also directed management and staff operations, including financials, reporting, tenant development, and owner interaction.

Underwood's commercial real estate career also included nine years as a property manager with Sealy & Company, Inc., Lincoln Property Company, and Cencor Realty Services. Additionally, he served as a VP for Principal Management Group as a district manager for Barron Builders and Management.

Encore Retail is a privately-held real estate development firm in the retail, neighborhood, and community shopping sectors. The company acquires and develops high-grade properties from the ground up in primary and growing primary and secondary markets, adding value to each individual property and the community in which it is located.

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