Corporate Property Dispositions (CPD), a leading real estate advisory firm, has appointed Bruce Hamous as vice president. In his position, he will serve as a lead team member on investments and a project specialist. In addition, Bruce will be responsible for securing new assignments for the firm.
“For 35 years, Bruce has worked successfully in several facets of the real estate industry, including appraisal, development, finance, brokerage and foreclosure services, and his talents don’t end there,” says Ken Stephens, principal of CPD. “His expertise in investment sales and real estate valuation will be a tremendous asset as we grow these services and our team of seasoned commercial real estate experts. We are excited to have him on board.”
Most recently, Bruce served for eleven years as vice president of NAI Capital. There he specialized in commercial real estate brokerage with a concentration in multi-family land development and retail, office and industrial leasing and sales, resulting in over $500 million in closed transactions.
Bruce has brokered multiple shopping center transactions and worked with many notable companies, such as Chase Bank, Living Spaces, The Home Depot, McDonald’s, Walmart, Wells Fargo, Starbucks, Shea Homes, Pardee Development, Jiffy Lube and other national retailers.
Prior to joining NAI, he practiced commercial real estate brokerage at Westcord Commercial Services. Earlier in his career, Bruce founded two businesses: Universal Foreclosure Services Inc., where he served as president and CEO, and Hamous Investments, a brokerage and financial company.
He holds real estate brokerage licenses in California, Georgia and Florida.
Bruce has been involved with many real estate organizations throughout his career. He is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the California Association of Realtors. Bruce has also served on the Ventura County California oversight board for the cities of Moorpark and Simi Valley, as well as on City of Moorpark Planning Commission. Dedicated to the betterment of society, Bruce has been a member of the Rotary Club of Moorpark, California, and has received three Paul Harris Fellows in recognition of his charitable contributions.
Bruce served as an air traffic control operator for the United States Air Force and the Federal Aviation Administration. He has served on the Ventura County Aviation Advisory Commission for several years.
Mr. Hamous received his Bachelor of Science degree (Cum Laude) from the University of Houston with a major in real estate finance. In 2005, he earned his CCIM designation (certified commercial investment member), which is a legally recognized expert in real estate.
About Corporate Property Dispositions
Founded in 2003, Corporate Property Dispositions is a leading real estate advisory firm that works in partnership with companies to divest their owned and leased surplus properties and to optimize the terms of their leaseholds. With over 200 years of combined real estate experience, the firm’s skilled professionals provide clients with the knowledge and key information needed to make informed decisions regarding their real estate portfolio. The firm, headquartered in Atlanta, has offices in Tampa, Greater Los Angeles, Baltimore and Sarasota. For additional information, visit www.cpdispo.com