Bennet Pakdaman is a Commercial Property Specialist. Over the years, Bennet has developed a refined professional experience in sales, marketing, and client relations for both small and large organizations.
As part of a top producing team that has brokered commercial assets valued in well over 700 million dollars, Bennet’s skills and experiences add significant value to his clients’ experience. Bennet’s particular strongpoint is navigating through technically and emotionally complex escrows. Bennet draws from his experience in his legal background and negotiation abilities to assist his clients in navigating the challenges client will face in transacting real estate as a result of partnership dissolution, divorce, bankruptcy, inheritance, trustee sales, court orders and other legal encumbrances.
Prior to joining Marcus and Millichap, Bennet was an attorney and principal at the Law Office of Bennet J. Pakdaman. His areas of focus included Civil Litigation, Real Estate, Small Business Formation and Development, and Estate Planning. Mr. Pakdaman quickly developed a reputation as a creative, talented, and strategic negotiator capable of bringing adverse parties to creative and amenable resolutions. During his tenure in law practice, Mr. Pakdaman developed an extensive professional network within the Los Angeles business community. His client base included small family interests as well as large corporate entities. Additionally Mr. Pakdaman also served as a Los Angeles City Attorney Reserve Prosecutor specializing in the prosecution of misdemeanor crimes occurring within the Los Angeles City limits.
Bennet is also a member of the National Retail Group. The National retail group maintains relationships with scores of private client buyers, as well as most real estate equity groups, and investment trusts. These relationships play a significant role in benefiting our clients in reaching the highest price, best terms in the shortest amount of time.
License: CA: 01971145
Number of Units: 6
North Hollywood, CA
Number of Units: 3