IRVINE, CA—There will be a significant number of office properties coming to market over the next two years as owners who acquired value-add investments over the past few years and implemented their business plan begin to sell, JLL‘s G. Ryan Smith tells Smith, an industry veteran who has more than 22 years of real estate experience, was recently hired as an EVP based in Orange County and will be a key member of JLL’s capital-markets team in the southwest region, led by Michael Zietsman. We spoke exclusively with Smith on his view of the Orange County office-investment market. How will the next couple of years in the Orange County office investment market differ from the past two years?

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