Institutional Property Advisors Expands Top-Tier Multifamily Broker Team in Dallas-Fort Worth
“The addition of William demonstrates our continued commitment to the strategic growth of IPA and deepens our presence in Dallas-Fort Worth, one of the most active markets for multifamily investment in the United States,” said John S. Sebree, senior vice president and director of Multi Housing Division, Marcus & Millichap and IPA.
A Dallas native, Hubbard previously served as a first vice president with CBRE. He joins IPA as a first vice president investments. During his career, Hubbard has been involved with 70 commercial real estate transactions totaling $1.2 billion. He graduated from the Virginia Military Institute with a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and economics. Hubbard is a member of the Texas Real Estate Commission and the Urban Land Institute.
“I am excited for the opportunity to join this accomplished team and look forward to providing additional opportunities for investors in Dallas-Fort Worth and throughout Texas,” said Hubbard.
“As we move into this next economic cycle with an improved interest rate outlook, institutional investors will continue to rely on the market knowledge, capital markets expertise and research that IPA advisors provide,” said Tim Speck, Marcus & Millichap senior vice president and division manager, Texas. “It’s my pleasure to welcome William to our expanding roster of experienced investment professionals and work with him to achieve the investment goals of our clients.”
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