MINNEAPOLIS (AUGUST 16, 2019) – NorthMarq, a leader in commercial real estate capital markets, announces the expansion of multifamily investment sales in Atlanta with the addition of Jason Nettles and Megan Thompson. An experienced multifamily team with more than $9 billion of transaction history in the southeast U.S., they become the seventh office in NorthMarq’s expanding investment sales platform.
“The addition of this team kicks off our investment sales business in the Southeast and complements our success in the West,” said Jeffrey Weidell, president – NorthMarq. “In our constant search for talent, we are fortunate to have found another team who was attracted to our growing, privately held company.”
Nettles has more than 18 years of experience in multifamily investment sales ranging from core to value-add properties and portfolios across the Southeast. As managing director-Investment Sales, he will work to continue the expansion of NorthMarq’s multifamily investment sales business including the addtion of multifamily debt and equity producers.
Thompson, senior vice president-Investment Sales, will work with clients to advise on capitalization and disposition decisions on assets throughout the Southeast. With more than 15 years in investments sales as both a broker and an analyst, she has experience ranging from value-add to core assets.
Trevor Koskovich, president-Investment Sales, leads the platform’s growth, which started in Phoenix and now includes greater Los Angeles, San Diego, Kansas City, Albuquerque, and Dallas. He is recruiting professionals who are interested in leveraging the company’s culture and track record of debt and equity transactions. “Our goal is to develop a platform of investment sales brokers who align with our national mortgage banking and loan servicing business. Altanta marks our first along the East Coast, and we anticipate success similar to what we’ve seen in each market,” he said.
They will collaborate with NorthMarq’s debt and equity producers in Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, and the company’s four Florida offices, joining the 10-person debt and equity team in NorthMarq’s Atlanta office, led by Randy Wolfe, managing director/senior vice president of debt and equity.
In business since 1960, NorthMarq Capital has grown to more than 550 employees through more than 20 acquisitions, now servicing a loan portfolio of more than $57 billion with annual transaction volume of $13 billion.