Clay Fuller provides commercial real estate brokerage services for Turner Behringer where he specializes in project leasing and representing businesses with their office, retail and industrial space requirements. Prior to joining TBRE, Clay worked for an Austin based private equity shop where he oversaw a $35 million dollar Real Estate portfolio.
As division Manager, Clay established leasing, property management, construction management, and acquisition/disposition processes. He executed on 150,000 SF of leases, ran point on $3 million dollars of tenant improvement finish out and successfully completed $7 million dollars of transactions during his 3-year tenure.
Clay played 6 years of professional baseball in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim organization as an outfielder before joining the Baylor University football team in the fall of 2011. As an inside receiver, he contributed on two Big 12 Championships (’13, ’14). Clay received a B.A. in Real Estate and was awarded the most outstanding real estate student by Baylor in the spring of 2015.
Outside of real estate, you can find Clay supporting his wife, Makenzie Fuller (Associate Director of Basketball Operations), and mother-in-law, Kim Mulkey (Baylor Head Coach), at the Ferrell Center cheering on the Baylor Lady Bear Women’s Basketball team.
Education: Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University, 2015
License: Real Estate Agent in the State of Texas