Dynamic Commercial Real Estate (DCRE) distinguishes itself through its specialization in site selection, land acquisition, and community outreach.
Dynamic Housing Solutions (DHS), through its partnership with Palladium USA, develops luxury mixed-income rental housing communities throughout Texas.
Kim Parker, President, Broker
Actively participating in panel discussions centered around current commercial real estate trends, Kim is acknowledged as an industry authority on affordable housing development. Recognized as a D-CEO Power Broker, she is affiliated with esteemed organizations like Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors (NTCAR), the Independent Broker Network (IBN), and the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP). Her involvement in TAAHP extends to serving on the Government Affairs Committee, where she plays a pivotal role in collaborating with legislators to advocate for bills aimed at enhancing the production of affordable housing.
Kim began her career on Wall Street and spent a decade working in the banking and mutual fund industries. She worked in the Dallas finance scene for several years and joined a family office that invested in undeveloped land throughout North Texas, which transitioned into a full service commercial real estate practice. She is deeply involved in the community, holding a position on the board of Operation Community Care, a non-profit committed to offering essential support and rent assistance to vulnerable families, single parents, children, and seniors. Beyond her community service, she is a passionate Texas Longhorn fan. Kim earned her BBA in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA in Finance from Fordham University.
Keith Pomykal, Director of Real Estate Transactions
This includes a thorough site vetting process that results in matching the needs of the developer with the goals of the community. Further, at Palladium, the service does not stop with the site vetting, site selection or contract closing. Palladium partners closely with municipalities, agencies, civil engineers, architects and the full development team to contribute to a project’s success before, during and after closing.
Additionally, Keith is a licensed Texas Real Estate Sales Agent (TREC #713864) for Dynamic Commercial Real Estate who partners closely with clients in their evaluation and execution of investment and commercial opportunities.
Prior to joining Dynamic, Keith served as Vice President, Investments for RKS Group Inc. Keith was responsible for servicing the firm’s investor base, setting the firm’s marketing communication strategy and overseeing the firm’s multimillion dollar real estate investment portfolio.
Keith is heavily involved in community, charitable and municipal government activities. He has served on both City of Dallas and Dallas County commissions. Keith has served for several years on the Board of Directors of the Dallas County Historical Foundation/the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. Most recently this service has included Treasurer of its Board of Directors. His broad range of experience has allowed Keith to serve as an experienced resource for both his clients and the community. In 2021, Keith was appointed by the Dallas City Council to serve on the Board of the Dallas Public Facilities Corporation; he currently serves as President.
A fifth generation Texan, Keith holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Philosophy from Texas Christian University. He also earned a Master of Business Administration in Marketing from Texas Christian University. Keith lives in the Uptown neighborhood in Dallas and enjoys art, politics and TCU Football!
Elizabeth Deitchman, Manager of Acquisitions and Marketing
Before joining Dynamic Commercial Real Estate, Elizabeth played integral roles within municipalities in the greater Phoenix Metropolitan area. Her contributions included serving as a key figure in the Peoria Forward program, where she spearheaded entrepreneurial ecosystem development for the City of Peoria, AZ, in collaboration with Arizona State University and the City of Peoria. Prior to this, she worked in the planning and zoning department of the Town of Cave Creek, AZ.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Elizabeth embarked on her real estate career after earning a Master of Science in Innovation and Venture Development from Arizona State University. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and a minor in Urban Planning from the same institution. Currently calling Dallas home, she has held roles in administration and office management, honing a robust, process-oriented approach to her work.