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.
Vacancy Drop, Higher Rents on Tap in Chicago
CNBC features Marcus & Millichap’s President and CEO Hessam Nadji on debate day to ask how U.S. real estate will be affected by the presidential election.
Michael Shall specializes in the acquisition and disposition of multifamily properties. Michael graduated from Portland State University with an M.B.A. in finance and real estate development. He also holds a business degree from The Ohio State University in management information systems. Michael’s notable past work experience include consulting for Chase Home Finance, and working with Accenture consulting for the United States Department of Defense. Michael got into brokerage after success in acquiring, rehabbing, and managing an apartment complex for himself. Michael wanted to share his passion for investment real estate with others as a coach and strategist which is what led him to join Marcus & Millichap. Michael continues to learn and share his knowledge even with the most successful of investors. Joe Weston once said about Michael, “I know [he] will do well in commercial real estate, as [he] appear[s] to be well focused.”
Tel: (503) 200-2067
Fax: (503) 200-2010
License: OR 201102054
Associate Member - National Multi Housing Group
Ohio State University, Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems, 2004
Portland State University, MBA in Finance and Real Estate Development, 2010
Sales Recognition Award - 2016
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