CBC Advisors Welcomes New Asset Services Director

Angie Mazuran to Oversee Asset Services in Utah and Idaho

Salt Lake City, Utah (October 3, 2016) — Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors (CBC Advisors), the largest and top-performing Coldwell Banker Commercial affiliate in the world, today announced the addition of Angie Mazuran as the director of asset services. Mazuran will oversee asset service operations in Utah and Idaho.

“Angie has proven business development, team building and operational expertise as one of the most influencial commercial real estate professionals in the Intermountain West,” said Rob Cord, president of CBC Advisors. “We are fortunate she has elected to join our team and assist in growing CBC Advisors’ property management portfolio throughout the Utah and Idaho regions.”

Mazuran comes to CBC Advisors with an experienced understanding of asset services operations. Before joining CBC Advisors, Mazuran spent 12 years at Cushman & Wakefield/Commerce. Most recently, as senior vice president and regional director of property services, Mazuran was responsible for more than 8 million square feet of office, retail and industrial space in Utah, Idaho and Washington. Mazuran began her real estate career with JLL, managing properties throughout the Salt Lake City market.

“CBC Advisors has an amazing team of professionals,“ said Mazuran. “I am thrilled to be joining them.”

“As CBC Advisors continues to expand its operations, we are thrilled to add such an experienced industry veteran to our asset services team,” said Lew Cramer, CEO of CBC Advisors. “Angie has a proven reputation for providing the highest quality of service to her clients through her thoughtful leadership and execution.”

CBC Advisors’ Asset Services division manages a portfolio valued in excess of $4 billion and consisting of more than 23 million square feet of property in Manhattan, Dallas, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento Valley, Reno, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Anchorage, Fairbanks and Boise.