Joshua Swank Joins NAI Partners as Vice President of Investment Sales
Houston, TX, March 28, 2017 – NAI Partners today announced that it has hired experienced real estate broker Joshua Swank as Vice President specializing in Investment Sales.
Mr. Swank is a veteran investment sales professional, having completed a wide variety of transactions including single user-building sale/leasebacks, multi-tenant investment sales for office, industrial, & retail properties, and the disposition of investment portfolios. Since 2007, Mr. Swank has completed transactions representing more than $150 million in commercial acquisitions and dispositions.
Prior to joining NAI Partners, Mr. Swank was the owner and operator of Swank Real Estate Investment Services in San Antonio MSA. He began his career with Marcus & Millichap in Atlanta, gaining significant transactional experience across five different southern states before transitioning to San Antonio.
Mr. Swank’s client-first approach is underpinned by best-in-class valuation skills and market knowledge. He specializes in industrial, flex and office investment sales.
“Between his comprehensive knowledge of the business, creativity, ability to develop rewarding partnerships with colleagues, and commitment to delivering superior client service, Joshua’s remarkable array of capabilities make him as dynamic and talented a broker as they come,” said Mr. Clare Flesher, Managing Director of NAI Partners. “I am excited to work together as our company continues to expand and enhance the range of commercial real estate services and exceptional industry insight and expertise we offer our clients.”
“This is an exciting time for NAI Partners and I am proud to be a part of its growth,” said Mr. Swank. “I look forward to being a part of a formidable team of industry professionals and leveraging NAI’s impressive platform to better serve my clients with all of their real estate needs.”
Mr. Swank attended Duke University where he was recruited to play soccer. The team made it to the Final Four of the NCAA tournament in 2005. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics and an academic certificate in Entrepreneurship.