Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) is pleased to announce the addition of a new tri-state Valuation & Advisory (V&A) team, which includes industry veterans Matt Victor, Joe Ferranti and Jeff Mayer. Senior Managing Director Matt Victor will lead the tri-state Multihousing team and will work together with Senior Managing Directors Ray Cirz and Matt Krauser to focus on the practice’s suburban tri-state markets. Jeff Mayer will lead the Northeast Hospitality team and Joe Ferranti will focus on commercial valuations in NYC. Both are based out of New York City.
This news comes as NKF continues the active expansion of its V&A practice with an assemblage of the most significant players in the tri-state area, which has been led by V&A President John Busi along with Executive Managing Director Helene Jacobson, both of whom began heading the V&A group in early 2017. This expansion follows the build-out of teams covering the office/retail and residential/ multifamily segments led by industry veterans Doug Larson and Wendy Hwang. The new team also features one of the most successful and longest-running litigation support and arbitration practices, led by prominent appraiser Robert Von Ancken.
“We are not only extremely excited by the leaders we have selected to grow our largest market, but also by the strength of our bench,” said Jacobson. “Our new professionals will augment the assets of our team, adding to our depth and experience to elevate us to the next level.”
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