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Brian Eisendrath Joins Marcus & Millichap’s IPA Division

Marcus & Millichap said Thursday it had acquired Eisendrath Finance Group Inc. In conjunction with the acquisition, Brian Eisendrath will join the company’s Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) division as executive managing director, specializing in multifamily debt, equity, and capital markets advisory services.  

Hessam Nadji, president and CEO of Marcus & Millichap, said, “IPA was created to provide the highest level of integrated services to major private and institutional investors by bringing together our cutting-edge research, investment sales, and capital markets capabilities through a client-centric delivery system. Brian’s capital markets expertise and exceptional origination track record, especially on the agency debt side, will be instrumental in augmenting IPA’s overall services and growth.” 

For the past 15 years, Eisendrath has been an industry-leading multifamily capital markets originator with an extensive track record in agency and non-agency financing. Since 2005, he and his team closed more than 1,000 multifamily financing transactions valued at north of $35 billion. Over the past three years, Eisendrath originated more than $8 billion in agency debt alone. 

“My goal is to de-commoditize capital markets services, and I am excited to join forces with IPA which will enable me to take our client value proposition to the next level,” said Eisendrath. “Our collective ability to provide deal flow and capital through the collaborative culture that IPA has built will differentiate us in the marketplace.” 


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