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Golf Capital Markets Specialist Joins Newmark in San Diego

Tom Berry has joined Newmark as managing director, specializing in the acquisition and disposition of golf and country clubs, golf resorts and master-planned golf communities throughout the country within the firm’s capital markets group.

Based in San Diego, Berry brings nearly a decade of experience specializing in traditional broad-based and confidential offerings, section 363 bankruptcy, auction and court-ordered sales, and has been involved in more than $600 million in transactions.

“Tom’s appointment reaffirms our commitment to providing the full spectrum of Capital Markets expertise and service to our clients,” said Newmark president of U.S. capital markets Chad Lavender. “Bringing on Tom is a strategic move to fulfill yet another area of our alternative assets practice for our clients.”

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