Chase Clark | HomeProp Broker and Owner

Chase Clark. HomeProp Founder and Broker

Phone
813.789.4130

HomeProp, LLC

5470 E Busch Blvd, Suite 452, Tampa, FL 33617

Chase is a founder and executive member of the HomeProp team. 

As the former COO of the largest provider of REO-to-Rental single-family property management services in the Eastern US and a licensed Florida licensed real estate broker, Chase has been responsible for scaling operational systems to serve the multi-market property management needs for a diverse portfolio of more than 1,000 small, mid-sized, and institutional investors, including clients such as Progress Residential, Colony American Homes, and Carrington Property Services.

Specializing in Property Services, including Renovations and Maintenance, Chase lead the expansion of Home Encounter Property Services into all aspects of physical property management.  He also oversaw the successful scaling of the accounting and technical systems into one of the most respected property management platforms in the US, managing more than 5,000 units throughout the state of Florida.  Chase lead the development of Home Encounter's operating strategies and instituted a program to track and measure those efforts. He also advised cornerstone clients in the acquisition, optimization and profitable management of investment real estate.

Prior to his 12-year stint at Home Encounter, Chase worked as Controller for a private institution of higher education.  He and fellow HomeProp co-founder, Peter Murphy started their careers in real estate in 2004 by founding Falcon Investment Corporation – a real estate opportunity fund specializing in low-income rental homes in Tampa. Chase holds a BS in Finance and an MBA from the University of South Florida in Tampa. He currently resides in Tampa with his wife, Tara, and three daughters.

In his current role, Chase primarily focuses on nurturing relationships with clients who are seeking to buy or sell real estate, and new agent recruitment.  He specializes in new construction purchases and investor acquisitions. Additionally, Chase oversees the administrative and accounting functions for the firm.