William Morgan is a Senior Project Manager for GSA’s Public Buildings Service (PBS), Real Property Utilization and Disposal Division (RPUD). He has over 14 years experience in real estate and has held several positions within PBS including serving as Building Manager, Customer Service Specialist, and Realty Specialist. William majored in both Management and Marketing at Georgia State University and also holds a Master of Science in Real Estate from the University of Texas at Arlington.
The Real Property Utilization & Disposal Division plays a critical role in meeting the Administration's goal of reducing the Federal real estate footprint and assists all landholding agencies in optimizing its real property portfolio through effective disposition and utilization strategies. While the Division covers a 15-state territory, before William's arrival there was no physical representation in the Denver area which is home to many landholding agency headquarters and regional offices.
Services that RPUD offers to assist agencies includes: real property valuation (appraisals, highest and best use analysis), due diligence (title survey, environmental characterization, condition assessments, targeted asset reviews), transactional services (brokerage services, comprehensive repositioning, community/stakeholder coordination, relocation, exchange, outlease, auction), marketing services (advertising, open houses, website, industry days), NEPA services (catex, EA, EIS, land use planning, historic review), targeted portfolio and market reviews, and training.