Marcus and Millichap closes more real estate investment sales than any other brokerage firm—over 60% of which involve a 1031 Exchange.
Our leading market position, coupled with extensive investor relationships, gives us access to the largest pool of qualified buyers, including exchange buyers.
Through its long-standing relationships and market knowledge, Marcus and Millichap secured difficult financing for its buyer where other mortgage brokerage firms had failed.
Learn more about what made this case especially complex and how Marcus and Millichap overcame the financing obstacles.
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Fox Business features Marcus & Millichap’s President and CEO Hessam Nadji for his observations on the challenging impact of higher interest rates and uncertainty around tax reform on the current market environment, and the incoming growth-oriented Trump administration.
Christopher Phillips joined Marcus & Millichap’s Washington DC office in August of 2012 to concentrate on retail investment sales. He is a three-time top producer for what is now the international firm of Grubb & Ellis as well as a winner of the Chairman’s Circle Award while serving as a Vice President with Transwestern’s Retail Services Group.Chris had the distinction of working with Discovery Communications at its inception and has represented corporate clients such as Bell Atlantic, Xerox, GMAC, and Technology Service Corporation. He provided exclusive representation services for upscale Washington electronics retailer Myer-Emco including their 25,000 SF Corporate headquarters and was retained by The Home Depot where he successfully expanded and upgraded the tenant mix at Expo Square in Bethesda, Maryland.Chris is a graduate of Hartwick College and holds a real estate license in the State of Maryland.
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Associate Member - National Retail Group
Promoted to Senior Associate in May, 2016
Hartwick College, Bachelor
Sales Recognition Award - 2015
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