NAI Global, NAI Robert Lynn Expand Relationship Under Long-Term Renewal Agreement
NAI Global, the world’s premier network of commercial real estate firms and one of the largest real estate services providers worldwide, today announced it is extending and expanding its relationship with NAI Robert Lynn of Dallas, Texas, under a new, long-term commitment. NAI Robert Lynn will open a fully staffed and serviced office in downtown Fort Worth in April 2011 under the agreement, which takes effect immediately.
“We are thrilled to continue our association with NAI Robert Lynn for the long term,” stated NAI Global President & CEO Jeffrey M. Finn. “The firm had an immediate impact upon joining our organization, and has consistently been one of the top performing offices around the world. More importantly, George Dutter (CEO) and Mark Miller (President/Principal) have been instrumental in working with us to develop and deploy valuable new service offerings worldwide.” NAI Robert Lynn was recognized by NAI Global with its fast Starter Award in 2006 and was awarded the prestigious NAI Member of the Year award the same year, Finn noted.
“Despite rumors of NAI Robert Lynn moving to another national platform, NAI Robert Lynn and NAI Global share a common vision and have been working together for almost a year on developing a plan for the future,” said NAI Robert Lynn CEO George Dutter. “NAI Global provides an outstanding platform to meet the growing needs of our clients, and our firm has flourished through our involvement with NAI. This partnership was the best long-term solution.”
Since joining the NAI Global platform in December 2005, NAI Robert Lynn has been able to diversify its brokerage operations and expand into a full-service organization including Office, Retail, Industrial, Investment and Land brokerage as well as Property Management. NAI Robert Lynn also operates the NAI Global Call Center/Site Selection services for the entire worldwide organization. “Utilizing the NAI system has allowed NAI Robert Lynn to dramatically increase our Corporate Services business and gives our clients the ability to be serviced anywhere in the world through 350 NAI offices across the globe,” Dutter stated.
NAI Robert Lynn has promoted Todd Hubbard, SIOR, to President of the Fort Worth operation and he will be responsible for opening the downtown office and leading the growth in Fort Worth. NAI Robert Lynn currently has 10 brokers servicing clients in the Tarrant County market and intends to grow the company’s presence in Fort Worth dramatically over the next few years. Plans include having full service capabilities in the near future including all facets of brokerage as well as Property Management serviced out of the Fort Worth office.
NAI global has terminated its relationship with Huff Partners, which previously represented NAI in Fort Worth.
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NAI Global is the premier network of independent commercial real estate firms and one of the largest commercial real estate service providers worldwide. NAI Global manages a network of 5,000 professionals and 325 offices in 55 countries throughout the world. NAI professionals work together with our global management team to help our clients strategically optimize their real estate assets. NAI offices around the world complete over $45 billion in transactions in a typical year. We also manage over 200 million square feet of commercial space. In 2009-2010, NAI Global received top industry rankings and honors: Named Global Broker of the Year by Private Equity Real Estate magazine Ranked # 1 Network and #3 Overall Corporate Services Provider in Watkins Research Group Survey of Corporate Real Estate Executives Ranked #4 on Lipsey’s Top 25 Real Estate Brands Ranked #6 on National Real Estate Investor magazine’s Top 25 Brokerage Organizations NAI Global is based in Princeton, New Jersey. A dedicated 70-person staff, strategically positioned around the world, provides management, technology, marketing and corporate services support to its network of real estate offices.
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