SIOR


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AcronymDefinition
SIORSociety of Industrial and Office Realtors
SIORSpecialist, Industrial and Office Real estate
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Brokers holding the SIOR designation are recognized as the most capable and experienced brokerage practitioners in any market.
SIOR, which boasts of having just 3,100 members across the globe, is the pinnacle of achievement for anyone desiring to become one of the top brokers in their city.
SIOR was founded in 1941 by the US Government to help secure industrial facilities in support of the World War II effort.
a leading Southern California real estate attorney, and two of the top commercial real estate brokers from that region, John Earnhart, SIOR, vice president, Lee & Associates, Ontario, CA, and Stanley Mullin, SIOR, senior vice president of Grubb & Ellis, Newport Beach, CA.
Barry Cohorsky, SIOR, represented the buyer, Total Relocation Services, LLC.
We are extremely proud of Angela s appointment as SIOR s Global President.
Prior to joining SIOR Hirt served as chief executive officer of the American Society of Appraisers.
Carlson, SIOR in 1985, with whom he represented such major clients as Tektronix, Sequent Computer Systems, Grass Valley Group, Mentor Graphics, Nike and AmberGlen Business Center.
With the goal of providing industry members with the knowledge and resources they need to improve their businesses, the SIOR CRE Resource Center serves as a crowd-sourced review site.
For the 76th year, top commercial real estate brokers and experts, SIOR leadership and members, and many special guests, gathered to discuss the most pressing and relevant topics facing the real estate industry today.
Ralph Benzakein, LEED AP, SIOR, a partner in Cresa Long Island in Melville.
Market data was compiled by a select group of SIOR members in major metropolitan areas in the United States and abroad.