View from the Edge and Setting up an effective Tenant Representation Practice, a conversation with NAR Commercial Signature Series speaker Sam Foster, CCIM

Sam Foster, CCIM - Executive Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle-Los Angeles
Sam Foster, CCIM – Executive Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle-Los Angeles

The NAR Commercial Intelligence Briefing Podcast continues with a conversation with Sam Foster, CCIM, executive vice president of Jones Lang LaSalle-Los Angeles. Sam is one of  NAR Commercial’s Signature Series speakers for 2012. He offers two seminars in the Signature Series, one called “View from the Edge” in which he and several colleagues discuss emerging trends in how commercial real estate is reused and reimagined based on changing market demographics; and a second session on how to set up an effective tenant representation practice.

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Biography

Sam Foster, CCIM, is an Executive Vice President with Jones Lang LaSalle-Los Angeles. As Executive Vice President of Tenant Representation Group, Sam’s responsibilities include the representation of Mattel, Whirlpool, Xerox and other corporate real estate clients. Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Sam was Director of CB Richard Ellis’ Madison Advisory Group. During the course of his career, he has effected or supervised transactions valued at over $2.7 billion.

Sam has a Bachelor of the Arts degree from the University of Southern California where he has also served as a guest lecturer. He is a faculty member with the CCIM Institute and served as a Past President for the Los Angeles chapter. In addition to these accomplishments, his writings have been featured in Urban Land, Professional Report, Commercial Investment Real Estate Journal and Real Estate – Southern California. Additionally, Sam has authored one novel , “Alpha Male,” published in 2002 by Daniel & Daniel.

 

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