Joining the 25-employee firm is David Tuttle, who spent sixyears in investment sales in Dallas and then Fort Worth for Marcus& Millichap Real Estate Investment Services. He left Marcus& Millichap in December 2007, logging more than $150 million ofsales during his tenure. He says SCM president Gary Walker was oneof several brokerage leaders of regional firms that he talked to,but his previous dealings with SCM helped to shore up the decisionto join the firm, which primarily deals in office and industrialproperties.


"I wanted to work for a more regionally focused firm. I alwaysfelt my Achilles heel was not having a leasing team to go to,"Tuttle tells "I thought SCM was a good fit."


Tuttle says leasing isn't in his future. The focus, he says, isto handle third-party acquisitions and dispositions, includingdeals for Walker Property Advisers, an SCM affiliate made up ofin-house investors.


"David's longstanding connections and the depth of hisexperience are prize assets for SCM," Walker says in a pressrelease. "Throughout his career, David has shown tenacity formaximizing value for sellers and making sure every sale makes itacross the finish line."

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