CBRE’s Romano Changes Role, Focus

Mar 10, 2014 No Comments by

CBRE is doing some internal executive jugging in its Orlando office.

First vice president Ray Romano is shifting from the Industrial Services Group to the Capital Markets Group. Specifically, Romano is now working with Mark Drazek and CBRE’s Net Leased Property Group in Florida.

“We are thrilled to have an experienced professional such as Ray join forces with Capital Markets team,” says Bill Moss, a senior managing director at CBRE. “We look forward to their collective efforts in further penetrating the Florida Net Leased property market.”

Romano has more than 11 years under his belt at CBRE. The brokerage considers him a trusted advisor to a long list of clients, ranging from some of the largest publicly traded REITs in the industry, to Fortune 500 companies, to individual investors and business owners.

During his first 10 years with CBRE, Romano offered brokerage services as part of the CBRE Industrial Services Group. During that time, he closed complex leasing assignments, acquisitions, and dispositions.

As he shifts to CBRE’s Net Leased Property Group, Romano will have an exclusive focus on the sale of quality, single-tenant investment properties. CBRE also expects him to help the team expand its platform across Florida.

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