CORFAC International Adds Nine Member Organizations
CORFAC International, the global network for independently owned commercial real estate firms, said its membership grew by nine firms in 2022, building on the addition of six new firms in 2021. The Des Plaines, IL-based organization currently has 75 affiliate offices around the world, with offices in North America, Central America, Europe and Asia.
The firms that joined CORFAC International in 2022 are as follows:
CDL Mercadeo/CORFAC International in San Jose, Costa Rica
RPZ/CORFAC International in New Delhi, India
Pollock Commercial, Inc./CORFAC International in Atlanta
Christianson & Company Commercial Real Estate Services/CORFAC International in Minneapolis
Corees Polska/CORFAC International in Warsaw, Poland
Elford Realty/CORFAC International in Columbus, OH
Blue Stone Real Estate Advisors/CORFAC International in San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Bright Rich/CORFAC International expanded with a new office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Southeast Venture/CORFAC International in Nashville
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