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​Career summary
Beverly Woodall joined Jones Lang LaSalle in Dallas as a Vice President in October 2013. Her primary areas of responsibility include the underwriting, producing investment offering packages and performing due diligence for commercial real estate transactions, including office, hotel, retail, industrial, mixed-use developments and multi-family product types. 

Prior to joining JLL, Ms. Woodall was the Research Manager at Younger Partners in Dallas where she was responsible for producing market research reports and conducting market research for office and industrial properties. Prior to Younger Partners, Ms. Woodall was the Research Manager in the Dallas office of Grubb & Ellis where she was responsible for conducting market analysis, research and reporting for the company’s Transaction, Corporate and Institutional Services Groups. 

​​Ms. Woodall served as a Senior Associate from 2005 to 2008 at Regent Communities, a Texas-based development company specializing in the development of single-family subdivisions, custom homes and luxury condominiums.  From 1996 to 2005, Ms. Woodall was a Production Coordinator and Senior Analyst at HFF where she was responsible for producing investment offering packages, performing financial analysis, and marketing transactions to facilitate the due diligence process for commercial properties. 

Ms. Woodall’s skill set includes financial modeling, market research, due diligence review, commercial lease analysis and construction financing. Her focus is on meeting and exceeding client expectations through her exceptional work ethic, unwavering commitment to customer service and positive work attitude.

Education and affiliations
Ms. Woodall attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, where she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance and Economics. She obtained the LEED Accredited Professional designation in June 2009. Ms. Woodall is a member of CREW Dallas, the Dallas Association for Business Economics and the DFW Real Estate Research Forum.