HOUSTON-Former PM Realty executive Doug Little has joinedTranswestern as a managing director and executive vice president.In his new role, Little will focus on strategic nationalinitiatives and business development both locally andnationally.

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“I am looking at the final chapter in my career, and I wanted anew challenge,” Little tells GlobeSt. “This new position allows mea little more freedom because of the size of the company and thedepth and breadth of the resources.”

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Prior to joining Transwestern, Little served as PM Realty’sexecutive vice president and managing director - Central Division.He spent 16 years with the Houston-based firm, and during his25-year career, he has negotiated more than 8 million square feetof transactions exceeding $600 million in value. He is a nativeHoustonian and a graduate of Texas Tech University.

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Little will report to Chip Clarke, president – Gulf Coast andMountain Regions, and will have no supervisory responsibilities. “I’ll be able to do what I feel I do best, which is goingafter new business,” he notes. “I enjoyed managing peoplepreviously, but this new position will allow me to be moreentrepreneurial, and that was an alluring factor.”

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Specifically, Little will help build Transwestern’s localpresence, as well as assist Clarke with the development of theDenver office. Beyond that, he plans to work with the firm’snational groups.

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Little has known key members of Transwestern’s executiveleadership team for years, both socially and professionally. “Iknow these guys – I am not going into this blindfolded,”he says. “I have a great feel for their culture andentrepreneurial spirit.”

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