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Colliers International – Las Vegas Promotes Renae Russo to Associate
Published on Wed, Nov 13, 2013 (2:42 p.m.)LAS VEGAS – (Nov. 13, 2013) – Mike Mixer, managing partner of Colliers International – Las Vegas, announced today the promotion of Renae Russo to associate. Russo will serve in the industrial division of Colliers International.
Russo has been a licensed commercial real estate broker for almost eight years. In her new position she will support the Colliers International team in the sale and leasing of industrial and office properties. Her responsibilities include property analysis and research of all aspects of commercial real estate market trends.
“Renae’s professionalism and dedication to commercial real estate made her a natural choice for this position,” said Mixer. “We are extremely proud to have such an experienced individual on our team.”
Prior to joining Colliers International, Russo held positions within Cushman & Wakefield Commerce Real Estate Solutions and Grubb & Ellis Las Vegas. To better serve her clients, she is currently pursuing her Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation.
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