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Entre Commercial Promotes DeSerto to Principal

Entre Commercial Realty has promoted Michael DeSerto to principal. He joins co-founders Dan Benassi and Dan Jones as partners in the firm.

DeSerto joined Entre in 2013 as an associate, and quickly established himself within the firm and the industry.

“Since day one, Mike has been a person that we could put in front of any of our clients and know that they are in good hands,” said Benassi. He is a forward-thinking professional. When there is a task at hand, he proactively thinks two to three steps ahead, which has helped our clients achieve success and allowed him to thrive in this business.”

Jones added, “Mike has established himself as a leader amongst his peers and he has also been instrumental in helping source a couple of our firm’s largest investment transactions over the past several years.”

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