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CBRE’s Dan Johnson to retire after 27 years in multifamily brokerage

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Photo of Dan Johnson courtesy of CBRE|Hampton Roads

Dan Johnson, a senior vice president with CBRE|Hampton Roads who has specialized in multifamily sales brokerage, will retire at the end of the month.

According to CBRE, Johnson has been a market leader during this 27-year tenure with more than 140 transactions and more than $1.7 billion in sales transaction volume. In 2016, Johnson had more than $212 million in sales.

During his career, Johnson acted as the exclusive agent for apartment sellers. He has represented, among others firms, Harbor Group International, Great Atlantic, Aimco, Berkshire, Sentinel, Forest City, Prudential, Waverton, Bonaventure, The Lawson Cos., UDRT, LNR, Palms Associates, Terry-Peterson, PRG, Breeden, GrayCo, and Signature Management.

He began his real estate career with Goodman Segar Hogan in 1986 and has been with CBRE | Hampton Roads or its successor firms since 1991.

“We at CBRE|Hampton Roads and all of our multifamily sales clients in Hampton Roads are extremely grateful for Dan’s tremendous work ethic and dedication to make exceptional outcomes a trademark of consistency,” Perry Frazer, managing director of CBRE|Hampton Roads said in a statement.

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