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Interra Promotes Max Grossman to Director

Interra Realty promoted Max Grossman from associate broker to director. Grossman has brokered or assisted with more than $125 million in middle-market multifamily transactions since joining Interra in June 2018, including, most recently, two sales in the South Side’s Bronzeville neighborhood with high prices per unit.
“Max has worked hard and earned the respect of both clients and colleagues who appreciate the value he brings to each deal,” said David Goss, co-founder and managing principal of Interra. “He exemplifies Interra’s focus on relationships, deep knowledge of the neighborhoods in which we do business and ability to execute even the most complicated deals. As he continues to grow and develop, we’re excited to see what he does next.”
Prior to joining Interra, Grossman gained experience working in sales in a range of industries including financial services, manufacturing, consumer products, recruiting and digital marketing.


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