The board of directors of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has named Gene A. Berman executive vice president, one of the highest honors the firm bestows on its managing directors.
Berman began his career at Marcus & Millichap in 1982 as an agent in the Encino, Calif., office. He was designated a senior investment associate in 1987. In 1996, he left his sales career and relocated to Fort Lauderdale to open the office as its regional manager.
In 1997, Berman was promoted to vice president, and in 2001 he earned the title first vice president. He received the Regional Manager of the Year designation in 2001, and a year later was elected a senior vice president one year later.
Berman was elected a managing director of the firm in 2005, a position he continues to hold. In 2007, he accepted the responsibility for overseeing the company’s Florida offices. In 2008, he began to oversee its Texas offices, and in 2010 he accepted responsibility over the Northeast offices. In all, Berman currently oversees 20 offices nationwide.
Berman received a bachelor’s from the University of Southern California. He received a Juris Doctor in 1981 from Southwestern University School of Law.
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