HOUSTON-Stan Johnson Company, a leading real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in net-lease investment sales, announced today that it has strengthened its Houston team. Albert Muller and Jeff Jackson are the seventh and eighth brokers to join the Houston office since it opened in September 2008.
Collectively, the Houston team has completed 150 transactions valued in excess of $656 million since its opening and $235 million in the past 12 months.
·Muller will serve as an associate director specializing in the sale and acquisition of net lease properties. With more than 16 years of real estate experience, Muller most recently served as general manager at La Bota Development Company with responsibility for planning and zoning major real estate projects. Muller earned his bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from Texas A&M University and his juris doctorate from Baylor University School of Law.
·Jackson will serve as an associate working with associate director Reed Hudson and specialize in the sale and acquisition of net lease properties. Before joining Stan Johnson Company, Jackson worked as an associate broker at Mammoth Real Estate Group in Houston. There he specialized in tenant and landlord representation for retail and office, as well as land sales. Jackson is a graduate of the University of Mississippi where he majored in management
“The Houston office is fortunate to add these two individuals to our team. Most importantly our clients will benefit from their expertise and commitment to the net lease space,” said Houston regional director Jim Gibson.
“We are excited to have Albert and Jeff join Stan Johnson Company,” added Harold Briggs, executive managing director of Stan Johnson Company. “We are confident that both will be a valuable asset in the growth of our company.”
Stan Johnson Company is one of the nation’s leading commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firms. The net lease group is the largest team of professionals focused exclusively on the acquisition, disposition and financing net-leased real estate.