Pat Moore began his career in real estate in Indiana Pennsylvania as a senior in high school when he designed and helped develop his first 15-unit apartment complex. Before graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Urban Planning, Pat studied architecture and construction management at Kent State University. After college, Pat worked for Gibson-Thomas Engineering, where he gained experience in civil engineering specializing in land planning & development, transportation design (traffic impact studies, signal design, traffic data, analysis) and municipal design (water and sewer system design, site development, storm water management, grant writing).
Pat has extensive experience in the student housing industry ranging from design/development to property management. While attending the University of Pittsburgh and shortly after, he designed and developed Crimson Court Townhouses, a high-end, 50+ unit student-housing community housing over 200 tenants.
Pat holds an active North Carolina Real Estate Broker’s license and capitalizes on his diversified experience throughout our development and brokerage divisions. Overall, Pat’s development & brokerage experience includes; 100+ single family home lots, multiple infill land assemblages, more than 250 student housing units, numerous rezoning’s, & many transactions with investment grade real estate assets. He is also currently pursuing his CCIM designation.
Pat has lived in downtown Raleigh for the past 4 years, where he is active in his faith and professional community. The organizations he is involved with include: ULI – Triangle, CCIM – Triangle, Hillsborough Street Community Service Corporation, CBMC – Triangle, Bread of Life – Raleigh, Raising Up Hope for Uganda (RUHU), & Hope Community Church.