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Hawes “Hank” Campbell, IV

First Vice President

804-433-1818

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Corporate Responsibilities

As a First Vice President with Commonwealth Commercial, Hank specializes in commercial and rural real estate with a strong concentration in the brokerage of land, including timberland, farmland and land for development.

Practice Areas

  • Timberland Acquisition & Disposition
  • Farmland Acquisition & Disposition
  • Commercial & Development Land
  • Land Asset Valuation Consulting Services

Experience

Hank joined Commonwealth Commercial in 2002. He has continued a practice of real estate services focused primarily on the brokerage of timberland and agricultural land, as well as commercial land. Hank has offered seller and buyer representation services to Timberland Investment Management Organizations, private partnerships and conservation groups, and numerous other large land owners across Virginia.

Prior to Commonwealth Commercial, Hank joined Virginia Realty & Relocation (1994), where he focused his practice on rural estates and agricultural properties across Central Virginia.

Education

Hank received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Hampden-Sydney College in 1992 where he was a member of the Omicron Delta Kappa Society for Leadership and recipient of the Anna Carrington Harrison Award for Leadership. Hank holds his Broker’s license and is a Graduate of the Realtors Institute (GRI).

Accomplishments

Hank is a member of the Virginia Association of Realtors. He has offered his leadership skills to the community where he is involved in activities with the Maymont Foundation, the Virginia Forestry Association, the James River Association, Ducks Unlimited, the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Coastal Conservation Association. Hank has also served on the Annual Fund Board for the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.

Over the past 10 years, Hank has sold over 45,000+/- acres of rural real estate across the state of Virginia. These properties consisted of institutionally and privately-owned timberland, as well as farmland and commercial land.