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Brooke Pribyl Joins Colliers International as Property Management Assistant
Published on Thu, Jan 24, 2013 (2:49 p.m.)LAS VEGAS – (January 24, 2013) – Mike Mixer, managing partner of Colliers International – Las Vegas, announced today the company has hired Brooke Pribyl as a property management assistant. In her new role, Pribyl will assist property managers with day-to-day responsibilities, including tenant and vendor relations, lease administration and maintaining the work order system.
Prior to joining Colliers, Pribyl served as an assistant property manager at Sperry Van Ness where she assisted with commercial properties by communicating with building owners, developing and maintaining tenant relations, managing lease and financial administration and overseeing property maintenance and repairs.
Pribyl holds a Nevada real estate salesperson’s license in addition to a Nevada property management permit. She is a Bonanza High School graduate and has been a resident of Southern Nevada for nine years.
About Colliers International
Colliers International is the third-largest commercial real estate services company in the world, with over 12,300 professionals operating out of more than 520 offices in 62 countries. A subsidiary of FirstService Corporation (NASDAQ: FSRV; TSX: FSV and FSV.PR.U), it focuses on accelerating success for its clients by seamlessly providing a full range of services to real estate users, owners and investors worldwide, including global corporate solutions, brokerage, property and asset management, hotel investment sales and consulting, valuation, consulting and appraisal services, mortgage banking and research. Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News magazines ranked Colliers International the top U.S. real estate company. The latest annual survey by the Lipsey Company ranked Colliers International as the second-most recognized commercial real estate firm in the world.
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