Marcus & Millichap

J.D. Parker

J.D. Parker

Senior Vice President / Division Manager, Northeast Division

J.D. Parker is a senior vice president and division manager for the Northeast Division. In total he oversees over 250 commercial brokers and staff. In addition to being the firm’s broker of record for the state of New York, as well as for Connecticut and New Jersey, Mr. Parker manages all transactions in the region and recruits, hires, trains and deploys new agents in the marketplace. As division manager, he provides strategic direction for the firm’s New York Tri-State operations, while serving as an active advisor for his brokers. Currently, Mr. Parker oversees more than 500 exclusive listings within the region valued in excess of $2 billion. In the last three years, he has overseen over 1,500 closings with a sales volume in excess of $5 billion throughout New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.

J.D. Parker joined Marcus & Millichap in 2004 as an agent specializing in investment sales in the New York area. He quickly gained success as an investment professional, achieving the firm’s Rookie of the Year award and the National Achievement Award within his first year. In March 2006, Mr. Parker was promoted to the management team as sales manager of the Manhattan office, supervising 52 agents in addition to running day-to-day operations. In March 2007, he was appointed regional manager of Marcus & Millichap’s Brooklyn office, and hired 46 agents during the first three years of operation. In 2010, Mr. Parker gained oversight of the New York Tri-State region for Marcus & Millichap, becoming regional manager of the Manhattan and New Haven offices. In January 2012, he opened the White Plains office. Under his leadership, the Manhattan office of Marcus & Millichap was the No. 1 office in the firm from 2011 to 2015. During his career, he has hired and developed over 165 investment sales agents. Mr. Parker received his bachelor’s degree in operations and information systems management from Pennsylvania State University.