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Debt, Equity and Finance Rainmakers In CRE - James Conley

February 03, 2023


During his 20-year industry career, James Conley has completed more than $2 billion in commercial real estate transactions. During the challenges of the pandemic, Conley continued to successfully arrange financing packages—closing nearly $300 million in deals during the past year. Conley is a senior managing director in the Philadelphia and King of Prussia office at Institutional Property Advisors Capital Markets, a division of Marcus & Millichap. He is primarily responsible for placing debt and equity for owners of retail, multifamily, industrial and office properties throughout the area. As part of the regional leadership team, Conley helps oversee deal flow for the office as well as sourcing new deals and maintaining relationships with key lenders. He also plays a pivotal role in the continued growth of the IPA Philadelphia office.

Conley continuously finds solutions to complex financial challenges and he holds in-depth knowledge of the Philadelphia CRE market and lending environment. He has developed long-term relationships with clients as well as with numerous lenders, with the ability to always source the most competitive loan terms in the marketplace. Conley has received numerous sales recognition awards throughout his career and he was recently honored with a 2022 IPA national achievement award. He has worked at additional investment sales brokerage companies during his career, including Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp., JLL, as well as leading his own mortgage brokerage business.


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