HOUSTON-Transwestern’s local office has beefed up itsmultifamily services group with the addition of three seasonedindustry executives.

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Ed Cummins joins as a senior vice president, while Clint Duncanassumes the position of senior associate and Lupe Olivares takes onthe role of senior financial analyst. Cummins and Duncan joinTranswestern from Hendricks & Partners local office, whileOlivares was previously with CB Richard Ellis.

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The team will specialize in multifamily services and will adviseinvestors, identify strategic market opportunities and facilitatetransactions.

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“These three people are exactly the right fit for us,” says ChipClarke, president of Transwestern’s Gulf Coast and MountainRegions. “We have strong multifamily groups in the Mid-Atlanta,Southwest, Phoenix and Dallas, and we decided to strengthen ourgroup here. We feel there is a wave of transactions that will soonoccur, and we wanted a dedicated group.”

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Collectively, the team has more than 30 years of commercial realestate experience representing institutional investors, regionaland national developers, high net worth individuals and privatecapital investors. “These are highly-seasoned executives withstrong professional and personal relationships in Houston,” Clarketells GlobeSt. “We’re very excited to have them with us.”

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