Cushman Wakefield is a leading global real estate services firm that helps clients transform the way people work, shop and live. The firm’s 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries provide deep local and global insights that create significant value for occupiers and investors around the world.

Cushman & Wakefield has a strong legacy of commercial real estate market leadership in Arizona. In 2015, the office completed 1,455 transactions with an overall transaction value of $2.64 billion. Based in Phoenix, the firm delivers tailored solutions in most major Arizona markets to help clients undertake any real estate challenge and achieve optimum, measurable outcomes. Cushman & Wakefield professionals provide their clients with unparalleled market knowledge backed by the industry’s finest research, marketing, mapping and support services. Committed to our community, we continue to give back through our work with industry and charitable organizations.

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  • Every Business Has Two Sides: Supply and Demand
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    Early on in a career, how does a bright, young mind choose between a profession in corporate real estate vs one in commercial real estate? Answer, we educate them. Taking on this task, ASU’s W.P Carey School of Business holds an eight session, non-credit, certificate class taught by corporate real estate practitioners who are members of CoreNet Global. I had the pleasure of being a guest instructor, alongside Chad Carter of Wells Fargo and Mike Brinkley of Land Advisors, to discuss how corporate real estate objectives must align with business objectives. As presenters, our goal was to provide the students with three different perspectives during the session. Bank Corporate Real Estate professional, Chad Carter, discussed the bank process and procedures for doing a transaction. Healthcare Consultant, Mike Brinkley, presented two case studies on Land Acquisition for local hospital systems and lastly, I presented a case study on a lease acquisition in... Read more »

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