ANAHEIM, learns that Newport Beach, CA-based VoitReal Estate Services has added three brokers to its Anaheimoffice—David Fults, Ryan Lewis and Morgan Hill. Fults, formerly afirst vice president of CB Richard Ellis Inc., is now senior vicepresident with Voit’s Anaheim Metro office. Lewis, now a seniorassociate at Voit, most recently worked for Grubb & Ellis Co.,where he created a full-service brokerage team serving the SanGabriel Valley. Hill joins Voit with more than two years salesexperience at Volcom Inc.


According to Kurt Strasmann, managing director for Voit’s OrangeCounty region, “Voit Real Estate Services’ Orange County brokerageoperations are winning the battle.” He continues that “Voit has hashired eight new brokers this year alone, and revenue is up 40%year-to-date.”


Strasmann points out that the firm’s “commitment to having‘boots on the ground’ is not just a matter of geographic reach, butis also a matter of depth within each market.” He adds that “thenew real estate professionals Voit is bringing on board are marketleaders in their local geographies and possess strong real estateknowledge.”


Fults will reunite with his former partner Brian McLoughlin,vice president in Voit’s Anaheim Metro office, who also recentlyleft CBRE to join Voit. Since January 1998, the duo completed morethan 12 million square feet of transactions with a totalconsideration of more than $700 million. Lewis will be teamingFults and McLoughlin and will provide services in the City ofCommerce and the City of Industry markets. Hill will team with MikeHefner, executive vice president, and Mike Vernick, vice president,at Voit’s Anaheim Metro office and will focus on the industrialmarket in North Orange County.


Voit is a privately held, debt-free firm that has successfullynavigated numerous market cycles since 1971, and currently employs170 people. Voit has owned, developed and managed over 45 millionsquare feet of commercial real estate, participated in $1.3 billionof construction projects and completed over $32 billion inbrokerage transaction volume.

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