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Interra Continues Growth with Two New Hires

Continuing its growth trajectory, Interra Realty has added to its team by hiring Max Grossman (above) and Conor McInerney as associate brokers. The Chicago-based firm has added several new staff over the past year, and is on track to once again double its sales volume by the end of 2018.

Grossman has several years’ experience working with clients in a range of industries. “Max comes to us with a strong business development and sales background that will translate very well into multifamily real estate investment,” said David Goss, co-founder and managing principal of Interra.

Before joining Interra, McInerney (at right) founded and built a successful consumer packaged goods startup. “Conor is a lifelong real estate enthusiast with a passion for maximizing value for his clients,” Goss said. “Specializing in multifamily, mixed-use and land development investments, he utilizes a heavily data-driven approach and focuses on achieving goals through strategic resource allocation.”

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