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ENCINO, CA-Scott Lamontagne has been promoted to regional manager of the Encino office of Marcus & Millichap, home of the company’s headquarters, and western director of Marcus & Millichap Special Assets Services division, which the Encino-based company formed in 2006 to provide distressed asset services. Lamontagne succeeds Mitch LaBar, the former regional manager of the Encino office, who was also a managing director of Marcus & Millichap and who who retired in 2008.

Harvey E. Green, president and chief executive officer of Marcus & Millichap, notes that Lamontagne has risen from the post of associate in the Dallas office to regional manager of the firm’s Encino office in only seven years. Bernard J. Haddigan, a senior vice president and managing director who also serves as the national director of the firm’s Special Assets Services division, adds that Lamontagne is also taking on the role of western director of that division because of his experience both in executing transactions and in maintaining relationships with clients.

Lamontagne’s role in special assets services comes at a time when Marcus & Millichap, for 2008, completed the highest volume of distressed asset valuations and sales since 1993. The Special Assets Services division, which was formed in 2006 and expanded in 2008, is composed of eight regional directors who oversee a team of experienced investment brokers, located throughout Marcus & Millichap’s network of offices.

Lamontagne served as the regional manager of Marcus & Millichap’s Los Angeles office since November 2007. He joined the firm in August 2003 as an investment specialist in the Dallas office and became sales manager of that office in June 2007. In 2006, he was named a director of the National Multi Housing Group and a senior associate. Before joining the firm, he owned businesses including a retail franchise in Tampa, a business-to-business call center in St. Louis and an investment company in Dallas.

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