QUEST PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
6,768 RSF w/ 1,300 SF office
10,080 RSF w/ 1,500 SF office
9,467 RSF w/ 1,678 SF office
3,646 RSF w/ 1,000 SF office
5,811 RSF w/ 600 SF office
6,867 RSF (Divisible)
15,340 RSF (Divisible)
Executive Director/Senior Asset Manager
In 1996, Kevin joined Quest Property Management as an Asset Manager, earning a real estate license in Property Management. He was promoted to Senior Asset Manager in 1998. He has overseen the management of the 1,000,000+ square feet of office and industrial property, gaining a wealth of experience in all aspects of commercial real estate including feasibility analysis, development, marketing, lease negotiation, property management, tenant relations, financial reporting, and administration. Kevin has developed a proprietary rate of return analysis and a comprehensive exit strategy that continues to ensure the success of the real estate portfolio assets under management. The core property management team Kevin leads has been together since 1999.
Ben has been with Quest Property Management since 1999 and currently serves as Asset Manager for the Quest Group Trusts. Ben began his career with Quest as Facilities Technician and was promoted to Asset Manager in 2004. His responsibilities include managing all of the operations for the group trusts, as well as supervising the Facilities Technician. Prior joining Quest been worked for Scherzer Properties, where, from 1992 to 1999 he spent most of his time servicing the Quest portfolio. He has also worked with Trammell Crow. Ben is a graduate of the University of Washington and his family includes wife Jolisa and children Katie, Colton and Kylie.
Amy joined Quest in 2000 and handles all things accounting for all eight group trusts and is the glue that holds the office together.
Director of Marketing and Communications
Rachel joined Quest in 2017. She handles all things visual and digital for Quest. She holds a Masters Degree in Communication and Leadership from Gonzaga University, and has experience spanning multiple industries.