Firm Extends Full-Service Commercial Operation to Houston
Houston (June 24, 2016)– Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors (CBC Advisors), the largest Coldwell Banker Commercial affiliate in the world, today announced expansion into the Houston market with over 20 Houston-based commercial real estate professionals advising clients under the CBC Advisors brand effective immediately. The announcement supports an expansion strategy aimed at establishing a powerful national platform in primary and dynamic secondary markets across the United States.
“This opportunity aligns perfectly with our national growth strategy,” said Lew Cramer, President and CEO of CBC Advisors. “It is a rare opportunity to enter a market such as Houston with 20 experienced commercial real estate professionals, many of which have worked within the Houston market for decades.”
CBC Advisors supports 29 offices coast to coast. 500 commercial real estate professionals advise clients in primary and dynamic secondary markets nationally with more than 21 million square feet under management and an asset value in excess of $3.5 billion. The firm operates as a full-service commercial real estate brokerage, representing world-class office, retail, and industrial projects nationwide. Coldwell Banker Commercial veteran, John McFarlin will manage operations within the Houston office.
“CBC Advisors offers solutions centered around the real, day-to-day needs of commercial brokers,” said McFarlin. “This agent-centric platform leverages an assembly of world-class tools and resources, and we look forward to implementing the exact initiatives and nimble corporate structure that has led CBC Advisors to maintain its designation as the top performing Coldwell Banker Commercial affiliate globally for the last 13 consecutive years.”
With the new Houston operation, CBC Advisors commits to aggressive expansion throughout the Houston market. The firm will provide a legitimate alternative to stale and bureaucratic incumbent competitors while providing elite tools and resources that preserve local autonomy through a broker-centric approach to service.