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(Carl Cronan is editor of Real Estate Florida.)

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL-Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has made more changes to its corporate structure in Florida. Greg Matus, formerly regional manager of the firm’s Orlando office, has been appointed to the same position at its Fort Lauderdale and Vero Beach offices, while Bryn Merrey, now regional manager in Orlando, will also take on those duties in Tampa.

The changes follow an earlier restructuring of Encino, CA-based Marcus & Millichap’s Florida operations last July. Kirk Felici remains regional manager of the Miami office, while David Bradley will continue as sales manager in Jacksonville.

“With these management changes as part of our long-term growth plan, Marcus & Millichap’s Florida offices are positioned for future expansion when the recovery takes shape,” says Gene Berman, group managing director of the firm’s six statewide offices. He points out that the company’s market and transaction expertise, combined with its access to a national pool of investment capital, has made Marcus & Millichap the fastest-growing commercial real estate brokerage in Florida since its first office opened in Fort Lauderdale in 1997.

Berman credits Matus with assistance in managing the Fort Lauderdale office, the company’s largest in Florida, saying that it has prepared him for his new role. “Greg has a thorough understanding of the commercial real estate market and has developed excellent relationships with our key clients throughout the state,” Berman says.

Matus joined Marcus & Millichap in 2002 and was promoted to associate in 2004, then senior associate the following year. He was appointed sales manager and co-manager of the Fort Lauderdale office last year.

Merrey, who has also been with Marcus & Millichap since 2004, was promoted to associate in 2005 and was previously sales manager in Miami before being appointed to head the Orlando office last summer. At the Tampa office, he succeeds Steven Ekovich, a 20-year veteran of the firm who has been reassigned to special brokerage duties.

“Bryn brings market knowledge, expertise and management acumen to his new post,” Berman says. “As investment market conditions shift in Florida, Bryn will be instrumental in assisting our agents in disposing of distressed assets as part of the Special Assets Services division.”

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