Brenner Real Estate Group Welcomes John Sokolowsky
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL– Brenner Real Estate Group, a full service commercial real estate firm based in Fort Lauderdale, FL with offices in Melbourne, FL, has announced that John Sokolowsky has joined the firm as Commercial Associate. In this capacity, Mr. Sokolowsky pursues sales and leases of commercial properties for Brenner Real Estate Group. Previously, he served as an intermediary of VR Business Brokers M&A in Boca Raton, Florida in which he applied his strong knowledge base of retail business, sales, marketing and analytical skills.
As a young man, Sokolowsky began his career by serving four years in the US Navy during Desert Storm. Upon entering the private sector, he decided to pursue a career in sales and sales management. Mr. Sokolowsky worked for over seven years as General Manager/Commercial Sales at Advantage Golf Cars in Palm Beach Gardens. He now possesses over fifteen years of business experience dealing with small, medium and large enterprises with both domestic and international operations and has an extensive knowledge of corporate sales, sales management, retail sales, security, real estate development and mortgages.
Mr. Sokolowsky holds his Florida real estate license as well as his ATI Electronics Degree. Originally from Manchester, CT, Mr. Sokolowsky has been a South Florida resident for 38 years, and lives in Pompano Beach, FL.
Brenner Real Estate Group is a full-service commercial real estate firm providing asset solutions, brokerage, development, investment sales, property management, asset management, and receivership services for office, multi-family, industrial/commercial, and retail properties. The firm has been serving South Florida since 1987.
For more information, visit Brenner Real Estate Group on the web at www.breg.net, on Facebook at “Brenner Real Estate Group” or contact the firm at 6767 North Wickham Road, Suite 400, Melbourne, FL 32940, 321.242.4575 or at 1500 W. Cypress Creek Road, Suite 409, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 954-596-5555.
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