Whit Duncan, President Land Sales

Whit Duncan transitioned to President of Land Sales in the fall of 2014. In this capacity, he directs all of the company’s land sales for legacy properties in North and South Carolina.

Whit Duncan joined Crescent in 1997 as director of leasing for the company’s office and industrial buildings in Orlando. He was promoted to vice president in 2001 and later promoted to president of the commercial business unit in 2010. As president, Whit directed the company’s office, industrial and retail developments and property management throughout the southeast.

Duncan has more than 25 years’ experience in commercial real estate. Prior to joining Crescent he held positions with CBRE, ComTech Properties, Morley Properties and Grover Bryan, Inc. Active in the industry, Duncan is a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors(SIOR) and serves on the board of directors for the School of Real Estate at Florida State University. Duncan was named Developer of the Year by the Orlando chapter of Building Owners and Managers Association Internationl (BOMA) in 1999. Duncan is a founding director of United Legacy Bank, serves on the business advisory committee for the Lake Mary Chamber of Commerce and is a member of First Presbyterian Church of Orlando.

The Orlando native earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Florida State University.

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Hank Higgins

Hank Higgins, Vice President Land Sales

Hank Higgins joined Crescent Communities as a forester in 1981. Today he serves as Vice President of land sales, responsible for legacy land management and sales in Morganton, NC and Lake Keowee, SC, as well as timber sales for all of Crescent’s legacy land.

Higgins is a member of the Society of American Foresters and North Carolina Forestry Association. He is a registered forester in North and South Carolina, as well as a Certified Forester and North Carolina real estate broker. He previously served on the Rotary Club board of directors and is a former elder at Grace Presbyterian Church, both in Fort Mill, SC.

A native of Great Falls, SC, Higgins earned a bachelor’s degree in forest management from Clemson University and is an active Clemson Tiger athletic supporter and fan.