Jeff Nimmer joined Kotis Properties in 1999.
As Leasing and Brokerage Manager for North Carolina, Jeff oversees the leasing of all company owned properties, as well as Tenant Representation activities in North Carolina.
He has also tried and won numerous successful re-zoning cases within Greensboro and Guilford County.
He currently serves as the District 3 representative on the Greensboro Minimum Housing Standards Commission, a Council Member of SynerG, ...and is on the Executive Board of the Westerwood Neighborhood Association.
The Triad Business Journal named him one of the Triad's 40 Leaders Under 40 in 2006
Jim Kee voted for a GPAC based on bogus numbers why?
"Greensboro Minimum Housing Commission
Vinson "Tim" Vincent, Chair - appointed Jeff Nimmer to fill in on Post RUCO Board.
Jeff Nimmer, Vice Chair - Kotis"
Marty Kotis, Nancy Hoffman and Item 27 on Tuesday's City Council Agenda
Did or did Robbie not screw poor renters state wide or not?"
"Yes he did."
September 29, 2011 at 09:15 PM
"Regulatory capture occurs when a...regulatory agency created to act in the public interest
instead acts in favor of the commercial or special interests that dominate in the industry
or sector it is charged with regulating.
Regulatory capture is a form of government failure,
as it can act as an encouragement for large firms to produce negative externalities.
...regulatory capture occurs because groups or individuals
with a high-stakes interest in the outcome of policy or regulatory decisions
can be expected to focus their resources and energies in attempting to gain the policy outcomes they prefer,
while members of the public, each with only a tiny individual stake in the outcome,
will ignore it altogether.
Regulatory capture refers to when this imbalance of focused resources
devoted to a particular policy outcome is successful at "capturing" influence
with the staff or commission members of the regulatory agency,
so that the preferred policy outcomes of the special interest are implemented.
...A captured regulatory agency that serves the interests of its invested patrons
with the power of the government behind it, is often worse than no regulation whatsoever."