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Rosewood Realty Closes $2.2B in 2022 Multifamily Deals

Coming out of the pandemic, Rosewood Realty Group, one of the most active single-office investment sales firms in the country, reported $2.2 billion in total multifamily deals for 2022. 

While pre-pandemic Rosewood’s sales focused on New York City, founder and CEO Aaron Jungreis led his company in early 2020 to pivot and create a National Investment Sales Division led by Jonathan Brody that has sourced and closed deals across the Southeast, Northeast and beyond.  

Outside New York, Brody and his team more than tripled total national sales from $400 million in 2020 to $1.45 billion in 2021. In 2022 they closed more than $1.3 billion in national sales. 

“We have successfully closed over $2 billion in total sales and we are poised for a strong 2023 as the sales market continues to heat up locally and nationally,” said Jungreis. “The rental market still has growth potential and identifying hidden gems is one of our strengths.” 


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