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Partner Valuation Advisors Expands with Advisory Leaders in Three More Markets Nationwide

Chicago-based Partner Valuation Advisors is expanding its U.S. presence in three regions with the addition of two commercial real estate valuation advisory leaders, along with a valuation training executive.  

Creighton R. Cross, MAI, AI-GRS, joins as senior valuation advisor in Knoxville, TN; Justin Alexander, MAI, joins as SVP in Seattle; and Talani Casariego, MAI, joins as SVP and head of training in Georgia.  

Eric Enloe, MAI, CRE, FRICS, Partner Valuation Advisors’ senior managing director, said, “The volatility being experienced in the commercial real estate markets today demands that valuation experts are brought into the mix early to ensure investors make informed decisions. The addition of advisors like Creighton, Justin and Talani in markets such as Tennessee, Georgia and the Pacific Northwest strengthens our team and they will play key roles in our endeavors to better serve clients in these markets, as well assignments across the U.S.”  

Pictured: Eric Enloe.


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