18-Year Industry Veteran Parts Ways With Former Broker, Starts New Commercial Brokerage Firm

May 25, 2016 No Comments by

Adam J. Tiktin, an 18-year veteran of real estate, has officially parted ways with his former broker, Marcus & Millichap, to start his own commercial brokerage firm.

Tiktin Real Estate Investment Services specializes in the sale of shopping centers, single-tenant net lease properties and office buildings.

Currently Chairman of the ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers) South Florida Idea Exchange and a member of NAIOP, Tiktin spent nearly 15 years at Marcus & Millichap and left at the top, finishing 2015 as “Miami’s Top Agent.”  Tiktin has exclusively listed and sold over $800 million in more than 325 transactions. Some of his most notable multimillion-dollar deals include brokering the $15 million sale of more than two acres along Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach to the CEO of Prestige Imports, as well as the $9.8 million sale of a shopping center in Port St. Lucie.

Making the jump with him are colleagues Justin Spiller, an investment associate; Alen Hernandez, a senior financial analyst; and Janina Phillips, his executive administrative assistant. His team represents shopping centers across the state, single tenant net lease properties nationally, and office buildings throughout the tri-county area.

Tiktin believes his personalized approach distinguishes him.

 

“Clients turn to us for our track record for expertise in transactions, comprehensive market analysis and aggressive strategies. They trust us because we are committed to a higher level of service and an unmatched standard of integrity.”

 

 

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