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July 07, 2016


Go Stanley, Go!

Congrats Stanley!

Almost no commercial real estate brokers join The National Association of Realtors, as that's the trade association for folks that predominantly sell houses. I know that Stanley and Alain Pinel have some exceptions.

I think that the national ranking for commercial real estate brokers would likely hit over $1B in annual transactions. We have several of our own associations, which have nothing to do with Realtors, including NAIOP, Corenet, IFMA, ICSC, depending on your role and property type within commercial real estate.

Interestingly enough, in recent years the #1 brokers globally at places like Cushman focus on data center real estate.

Go Stanley, Go!


Am I the only human from Burlingame that can see through what’s going on with the green banking real estate?

Great job boomers. You sold all of our “privately owned” land to mostly foreign. investors and entities that have no land ownership rights. Brilliant.

No surprise stanley made the top list. It takes quite a blind eye to do so many transactions with someone who could give less of a shit about the local area.

Anything for some money?

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