ROB MARTENSEN, SIOR, CCIM ERIN STACKLEY
DEPARTMENT COLUMN AUTHORS
Rob Martensen is a senior vice president
in the industrial division with Colliers
International in Phoenix, Ariz., with over
17 years of experience in industrial sales,
leasing, development, build-to-suits, and
land sales. Rob is a member of the logistics
and transportation practice group within
Colliers International and is a member of
the SIOR Young Professionals committee.
Erin Stackley monitors and analyzes federal
legislative developments affecting the field of
commercial real estate, and lobbies the U.S.
Congress to make sure that their interests are
addressed. Prior to joining NAR, she worked
for the House of Representatives and had a
legal fellowship with the National Federation of
Independent Business (NFIB).
Jim Hochman, Esq., a partner of Arnstein
& Lehr LLP law firm, practices law for a
wide range of clients in real estate and real
estate related litigation. Hochman writes
freelance articles offering some of his best
advice based on his 37 years of experience.
He can be reached at jahochman@arnstein.
George Ratiu is director of Quantitative &
Commercial Research with the National
Association of REALTORS® in Washington,
D.C., where he produces the Commercial Real
Estate Outlook—a quarterly forecast of core
property sector fundamentals. He manages a
research portfolio focused on macroeconomic
trends, commercial real estate, and global
investments. George provides economic and
industry insights in publications and keynote
presentations across the U.S.
John Salustri is among the most recognized
journalists in commercial real estate for
the last 25 years, as editor of Real Estate
Forum and as editor of GlobeSt.com. John
is currently engaged in freelance writing
assignments. He can be reached at salustri@
optonline.net or 917-912-0038.
Lawrence Yun is senior vice president and
Chief Economist at the National Association
of REALTORS®. He writes regular columns
on real estate market trends, creates NAR’s
forecasts, and participates in many economic
forecasting panels, including Blue Chip and
the Harvard University Industrial Economist
Council. He received his undergraduate
degree from Purdue University and earned his
Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.
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BRAD POPE, SIOR, CCIM
Brad Pope, SIOR, CCIM, is director with NAI
Brannen Goddard in Atlanta, Ga. A graduate
of the University of Georgia, Brad has served
both landlord and user clients nationally and
locally for over 20 years, in leasing, build to
suit and investment sales transactions. Brad
serves on the Board of Directors for the Atlanta
Commercial Board of Realtors and is married
with three children. Please contact Brad by