Barb Murdocca

Chief Operating Officer

Specialties: Chief Operating Officer

My commercial real estate career began 20 years ago in Washington, DC, where I served in several property management roles, eventually overseeing approximately 1MM square feet of commercial space in the DC/MD/VA markets. This role required working closely with both brokerage and construction teams to ensure ownership investment goals were met and buildings attained 100% occupancy. Several of my assignments included properties within an asset portfolio, which were under-performing. These properties required an overhaul to operations and developing an effective capital improvement plan, which resulted in improved ROI for ownership.

Currently serving as Chief Operating Officer, I provide the firm leadership and operational oversight, by improving client engagement and assisting our team of professionals in various aspects of commercial real estate. As a licensed agent, I am able to assist clients with their real estate goals and serve on several CRE teams in achieving acquisition and disposition requirements of our customers.

I have multifaceted experience in commercial real estate. Those companies I chose to affiliate with, saw improved performance and positive financial gains. I have developed aggressive marketing strategies, improved client/customer engagement, contributed to industry-specific education development and cultivated a team office environment and manage with fiscal responsibility.


Randolph-Macon College – B.A.


National Association of Realtors (NAR)
Pennsylvania Association of Realtors (PAR)
Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors (GHAR)
American Advertising Federation (AAF) – Lexington, Kentucky – ADDY Awards Committee


Skyline – Skyline Peak Performance Award March 2007
Lincoln Property Company – Best Building Award September 1999
AOBA – Metro – TOBY Award – Best Renovated Building (local level) January 1998
Lincoln Property Company – Best Building Award April 1998
Lincoln Property Company – Best Building Award September 1997