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Commerce Real Estate Solutions Opens New Branch in Reno, Nevada

RENO, Nev.December 29, 2011—Commerce Real Estate Solutions, an independently owned and operated member of the Cushman & Wakefield Alliance, announced today that it is establishing an office in Reno, Nevada effective January 2, 2012.

Commerce has entered into an agreement with Trinity Commercial. Trinity principal, Brian Armon will serve as branch manager of the Cushman Wakefield | Commerce office, located at 6121 Lakeside Drive, Suite 205.

“This is a very strategic move for us to better serve our clients through this natural extension of our service areas in the Western United States,” said Mike Lawson, president and CEO of Commerce. “Finding Brian, Lance Faulstich and their team, came only after extensive research of the Reno market. They are an extremely talented, well-experienced team of professionals, whose leadership in this market will continue to produce exceptional results.”

Armon and Lawson tout the national platform of the Cushman Wakefield | Commerce alliance as the greatest benefit for clients from the creation of the new branch.

“Our clients will now have immediate access to the reach and expertise of Cushman & Wakefield and the specialized resources of Commerce,” said Armon. “Through this national platform of every commercial real estate service, we’ve significantly increased the potential of our current clients and are thrilled to be able to offer these comprehensive services to new customers.”

Among the resources and capabilities of the national platform Armon cites as “extremely advantageous” to customers, are Commerce’s distressed asset, industrial, office, land and retail divisions. “Our team here can now be even more targeted and beneficial to customers because of the combined service abilities of our branch and the Cushman Wakefield | Commerce alliance,” said Armon.

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