Realtor Rob Nahigian discusses Marketing, Sales, and Wealth courses he teaches in NAR Commercial Intelligence Briefing Podcast

Robert Nahigian, Auburndale Realty
Robert Nahigian

In this National Association of Realtors Commercial Intelligence Briefing podcast, we offer part 2 of our conversation with Signature Series speaker Rob Nahigian. In this program, Rob discusses some other courses in the wide array of programs he offers, including a primer course in Industrial Real Estate, and classes on Marketing and Negotiating, Building Wealth, and Successful Sales Techniques.

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Rob Nahigian is a Principal with Auburndale Realty Co. in Newton, Mass. and has 32 years in commercial/industrial real estate experience.

Biography

Robert J. Nahigian, FRICS, SIOR, CRE, MCR has forty years of real estate experience with thirty years exclusively in commercial and industrial as a developer, advisor, expert witness and broker of approximately $4.9 billion of real estate totaling 39 million square feet. He is recognized as a national leader in his industry; a frequent speaker;
and invited columnist to newspapers.

Mr. Nahigian is Principal of Auburndale Realty Co. He provides brokerage/advisory and expert trial witness services to public agencies, investment portfolio groups and corporations in New England, Missouri,
Ohio, California and Florida. He was appointed to the Mass. Highway Real Estate Appraisal Review Board by Gov. Patrick and elected by the Mass. RE Licensing Board to its Ed Subcommittee. He was elected and
serves on the Advisory Acquisitions Committee for a NYSE investment firm.

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