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Interra Adds Two Associates to Support Growth

Interra Realty has hired two associates, Coral Christian and Sam Gutierrez, to support the firm’s continued growth as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. Christian will work with senior managing partner Brad Feldman, while Gutierrez will work with managing partner Lucas Fryman.
“We’re thrilled to be adding new talent in response to the growth we’ve experienced this year, which speaks to the resilience of the middle-market multifamily market and quality of the team we’ve assembled,” said David Goss, co-founder and managing principal of Interra.

He added, “At a time when many brokerages are contracting, we’re expanding because of investors’ flight to quality multifamily assets and their desire to work with experienced brokers who can advise them on their broader investment strategy. Coral and Sam will be great additions to Interra and receive mentoring and coaching from our senior team members to help them learn our hands-on, client-focused approach.”

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