LAS VEGAS-Irvine, CA-based Johnson Capital is continuing itsnational expansion by opening a new office in Las Vegas. Thecompany has hired Scott Monroe as senior vice president to lead thecompany’s growth in this market.

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The new office is in the business complex, Howard Hughes Center.This is Johnson Capital’s 16th office nationwide. CliffCarnes, COO of Johnson Capital points out that “Opening this officefits with our plan to strategically grow in this challengingenvironment so we are well-positioned when the industry begins toimprove.

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He adds that with Monroe launching the office, “We are excitedabout the opportunities for Johnson Capital in this market as itrebounds.” Monroe is responsible for business development whileadvising clients seeking debt for acquisitions, repositioning,construction, and refinancing of all types of incomeproperties.

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Monroe comes to Johnson Capital from Q10/Bonneville Realty Co.where he was a principal of the firm and the top producer,averaging over $160 million each year. His clients have includedsome of the most successful real estate companies in the regionsuch as American Nevada Co. and the Howard Hughes Co. Prior to thathe was with the John Burnham Co. in San Diego for 13 years, wherehe was the manager of the San Diego finance division.

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