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Partner Valuation Advisors has opened an office in Cincinnati and added senior vice president Eric Shaw

Partner Valuation Advisors Expands into Ohio

Partner Valuation Advisors continues to grow its footprint across the United States with expansion into Ohio. Joining the national commercial real estate valuation advisory firm is Eric Shaw, who has been appointed SVP in a newly opened office in Cincinnati. Shaw is focused on industrial and self-storage property sectors.   

“The national growth of Partner Valuation Advisors is being achieved through both the expansion into new markets and addition of commercial real estate experts such as Eric,” said Chicago-based Partner Valuation Advisors senior managing director Eric Enloe. “He brings an understanding of the industry, and the ways technology is being utilized to solve complex client valuation assignments in today’s evolving market.”  

Shaw brings more than a decade of commercial real estate experience valuing industrial, self-storage, retail, office, multifamily, manufactured housing, and special use assets. Before joining Partner Valuation Advisors, he worked for 10 years at Integra Realty Resources. 

Pictured: Eric Shaw.


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