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OKLAHOMA CITY-Mergers between commercial real estate firms happen frequently – many of them, especially in large, primarily cities, are routine and may not make headlines. However, in cities like Oklahoma City, in which the commercial real estate community is close-knit and smaller, such mergers are news. Big news.

Such is the case of the merger last week between commercial realty executives Harrison Levy, Mark Beffort and Tim Strange and their associates, which now operate collectively under the company banner Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort. In talking with GlobeSt.com, Beffort, who is taking the reins of CEO of the new concern and Strange, who is president, note that the merger was a matter of timing.

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