As Trinity Partners’ Director of Tenant Representation, Ann-Fleming Powell and her team guide clients through every step of the space-user decision process, whether it’s a lease renewal or a need to find new space to lease or purchase.
In every transaction, Ann-Fleming’s goal is always the same: saving clients time and money that results in the client having assurance that they are getting the best deal possible without leaving favorable contract terms or money on the table. No matter the size requirement of the client, she pores over lease documents and contracts to understand every nuance to ensure the best possible terms.
She enjoys the proactive process of working to lower her clients’ occupancy costs, which in turn improves their bottom line. That begins with her negotiating skills. Ann-Fleming is the expert advocate clients want on their side of the table – whether they’re negotiating a lease for the first time or renegotiating a lease with their current landlord. Ann-Fleming’s representation goes beyond saving her clients money. It’s a safeguard her clients have come to rely on.
In addition to her expertise in negotiation, the Winston-Salem native is also known for her unwavering attention to detail and resourcefulness – skills she has honed for the 15 years she’s been in the industry. The most recent half of her career was comprised of 6 years with Lincoln Harris Corporate Services on the Bank of America account.
While dedicated to this account, she negotiated office lease acquisitions and renewals totaling about 1.9 million square feet in transactions for Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and Bank of America Home Loans locations in North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia.
Her experience also includes serving as a Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle, where her clients ranged from blue chip companies such as MetLife, Hyundai America Shipping, and Lincoln Financial Group to local one-person startups.
In addition to her SIOR, she also holds the CCIM designation and is a member of CREW Charlotte (Commercial Real Estate Women), and CRCBR (Charlotte Regional Commercial Board of Realtors). Ann-Fleming is licensed in North and South Carolina and Georgia. She holds her B.A. from the University of Georgia's Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communication.