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  • San Diego Office
  • 12544 High Bluff Drive
  • Suite 100
  • San Diego, CA 92130
  • License(s):
  • CA: 01333884
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About Advisor

Based in San Diego, Ben Tashakorian has established a niche as a leading investment sales broker of corporate headquarters facilities in San Diego County. With an extensive track record and long-standing relationships with some of the region’s most prominent institutional and private investors, Ben has consistently provided superior client service and optimal results, leading to his recognition as a top-performing office and industrial agent. Mr. Tashakorian earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from San Diego State University. He is a member of NAIOP and is very active throughout the San Diego community.

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Although we have worked with a lot of real estate brokers in the past, we have never before encountered such a level of excellence. Ben and Toby’s expertise aided us in obtaining what we believe to be the best possible deal for the market, timing, and criteria we set forth. They put in many long hours to make sure each deal closed to our satisfaction. I highly recommend Ben Tashakorian and Toby Boessen for commercial real estate representation. They will make a great asset to anyone needing assistance.

Rachel Amodio


Ben and Alex brokered a deal for us, (which) was highly complex, and they did an excellent job of helping us navigate many different issues in the transaction. Ben and Alex understand what their clients need and do not quit working until the job is done. I was particularly impressed with Ben and Alex’s responsiveness and tireless dedication to ensuring a satisfactory outcome for our deal. We could not have closed this important deal without their continued efforts.

Eric Hepfer


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