Over 22 years, Kimberly has worked extensively with all commercial real estate functions throughout the United States and Canada, including site selection and development, due diligence, acquisitions, property management and asset management. Kimberly is recognized as an expert in the fields of multifamily consumer research, rent positioning, and product design. Kimberly also has a strong technical background in market-submarket selection, econometric modeling, and revenue management.
Prior to joining Meyers, Kimberly worked as Senior Director at Alvarez & Marsal, an international global restructuring firm, in the Real Estate Advisory Services Group. Some of her assignments included asset management/property management of distressed student housing, valuation of real estate at regional banks throughout the country, analysis of military housing feasibility, calculation of depth of demand for on and off-campus student and staff housing projects, and litigation support involving matters of dispute in commercial real estate transactions.
Kimberly holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics from Texas A&M University as well as Program Certifications in various management, marketing, and real estate concentrations from Southern Methodist University, the University of Notre Dame, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Kimberly’s Blog Posts
How Will Houston’s Housing Recover?
Hurricane Harvey blasted through the Texas Gulf Coast over the last week, dropping almost 52 inches of rain in the Houston area alone. That rainfall—producing more water than in an …
Kimberly’s News Coverage
Middle-Income Renters See Persistent Housing Cost Burdens
“I think you’re going to see more high-income renters—if the product is available,” says Byrum. “Before there were some tax savings, but now I’m not fixing my house, I’m not …
How to Make Small Spaces Rock
Meyers Research Senior Vice President of Advisory Kimberly Byrum and panelists shared tips during a session in the multifamily track at PCBC saying that if you have less space, making …