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Commercial Brokers International Welcomes Agent Jay Marshall


LOS ANGELES, CA, July 28, 2015 – Commercial Brokers International (CBI,, a full-service Los Angeles based commercial real estate firm servicing all aspects of Commercial Real Estate, is proud to announce that Jay Marshall has joined their team of Commercial Real Estate specialists. The addition of Jay has expanded CBI’s presence to include the South Bay of Los Angeles.

Jay brings over 20 years of real estate experience to CBI, having represented some of the biggest names in retail including The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Chase Bank and Fresh Brothers Pizza. Most recently, Jay headed his own brokerage business specializing in tenant representation. In his current role, Jay will concentrate on tenant & landlord representation in Los Angeles & Orange counties.

“We are very excited to have Jay on the CBI team. His experience representing national, regional and local tenants will complement our services and we are looking forward to having a physical presence in the South Bay,” says George Pino, Commercial Brokers International CEO.

Jay graduated with an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and is a cum laude graduate of Duke University.

About Commercial Brokers International

Commercial Brokers International is a group of experienced commercial agents that have a strong background in analysis as well as marketing. We believe that our clients' best interests should always be foremost in all of our undertakings. As such, we are committed to creating and maintaining continuing relationships with our clients by formulating extensive marketing and financial plans with our client's short term and long term goals in mind. For more information, visit


George Pino
CEO, Commercial Brokers International
11755 Wilshire Boulevard
Suite 2380
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: 1-310-943-8530

07/29/2015 - 00:30


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