Heather Sharp

Executive Vice President

Heather Sharp - Wilson Meade Commercial Real Estate

CalBRE# 01146312

Heather Sharp is Executive Vice President at Wilson Meade Commercial Real Estate in Rancho Mirage, California. Heather specializes in retail commercial properties with a focus on leasing, investment and land sales.


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She has proven success with her intense work ethic, market knowledge and dedication to client service. Heather is integrally involved with her clients’ projects in all aspects including marketing, site plan development, center rehabilitation, creating and securing an exceptional tenant base, and asset disposition and identification.

Using her outstanding market knowledge and superior customer service, Heather has cultivated numerous strategic clients including: Cedar Realty, Harsch Properties, Rinker Companies, Regency Centers, Saunders Property Company, Optima Asset Management, Lichter Venture Group, Cord Media Company, Highland Development, Paseo Fashion Plaza LLC, HGK Palm Desert LLC, Albertsons, McDonalds, HR Block, Walgreens, Wells Fargo, Wendy’s, Circle K, Anytime Fitness, Stater Bros, Kimco, Fresh n Easy, Pure Barre, Union Bank, Starbucks, and Subway.

Heather brings nearly 25 years of active real estate experience to Wilson Meade Commercial Real Estate. Prior to joining the firm, Heather was President at Sharp Commercial, a successful boutique brokerage she founded, providing the full scope of retail services in the Coachella Valley. Heather served as Vice President of the Coachella Valley Retail Division at Colliers International for four years. She began her career in commercial real estate as a Sales Associate at Baxley Properties in Palm Desert, California.

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