NAI Partners’ Travis Land has made Real Estate Forum’s 2019 50 Under 40 Rising Stars of Commercial Real Estate list. The honorees were selected among 400 young commercial real estate leaders nationwide.
Here’s what the magazine wrote about Land:
“The youngest person in NAI Partners’ history to make partner, Travis Land is among the most successful industrial real estate brokers in Houston. Completing hundreds of transactions throughout his 15-year brokerage career, he works on deals from tenant and buyer lease and sales, to property dispositions and build-to-suit representation assignments. Consistently recognized as a star in the industry, he has landed on the firm’s esteemed top five highest-producing brokers lists ten times and he has been named the top No. 1 producer in the firm’s industrial division. Additionally, he has served as president of the Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter of SIOR, and he also serves as the firm’s events committee chairman and philanthropy committee head.”
Per the magazine, “It’s one thing to have a successful career, but it’s another thing altogether to reach a remarkable level of success in the early part of one’s career. But that’s the predominant thread tying this year’s class of 50 Under 40 together. The members of this diverse group have very different backgrounds, upbringings, educational attainments and even family histories. Some come from longstanding families heavily involved in real estate, while others had no such background and changed the direction of their careers after starting in other fields. Some have built businesses from the ground up, while others are instrumental in the current success of their companies. Many also take time out of their schedules to make notable contributions to their communities or charitable causes. Whatever their past experiences, they all share the common traits of tenacity, intelligence and forethought. These emerging leaders are combining tried and true methods of relationship building along with new ways of doing business. Indeed, they have set the bar for excellence while many are still in their 30s. Culled from an already-impressive initial list of nearly 400 young commercial real estate leaders, the rising stars who made the short list are already establishing their presence in the industry.” Click here to access the full issue.