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Weldon Martin Joins Stream Realty in Houston

Weldon Martin has joined Stream Realty Partners’ office division as an SVP in the Houston office. He’ll be tasked with expanding Stream’s presence in the Houston office market, responsible for sourcing, winning and executing business across all service lines, including leasing, acquisition and development opportunities.

“Weldon places a premium on relationships, so client service is not just a philosophy, it is one of his core values,” said Stream managing director Ryan Barbles. “He has built solid relationships with a myriad of notable local clients for the past decade, and his ability to deliver results for clients will further strengthen Stream’s local platform of services.”

Before joining Stream, Martin spent seven years at CBRE, most recently as a first VP. While there, he handled more than 340 office lease transactions totaling over 2.2 million square feet on behalf of both tenants and institutional owners.

Pictured: Weldon Martin.

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