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Max Hoye has joined Clear Height Properties as its new director of leasing

Clear Height Properties Names New Leasing Director 

Clear Height Properties (CHP) has named Max P. Hoye its director of leasing. Hoye will oversee CHP’s current portfolio of 42 properties, totaling approximately three million square feet. The new hire is an integral part of CHP’s goal of quadrupling its portfolio by 2027. 

“Max has a diverse resume and deep understanding of the commercial real estate life cycle,” said Rick Nevarez, director of acquisitions and leasing at CHP. “This allows him to see the full-picture collaboration between leasing, asset management, property management and collective impact on investment returns. I couldn’t think of a better person to bring onboard as I transition to acquisitions full-time. I’m confident that Max will knock it out of the park.” 

Hoye brings 10 years of diversified real estate experience to CHP. Most recently, he was VP and managing broker for GAIN CRE Services, Inc. where he established the brokerage and investment verticals.  


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