Mount Laurel-based NAI Mertz, a full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm serving New Jersey, greater Philadelphia, and eastern Pennsylvania, announced that Fred Meyer has been promoted to executive vice president and director of Brokerage/Corporate Services. In this new role, Meyer will continue to oversee all company brokerage activities in the industrial, office and retail sectors. Additionally, he will play an active role in the growth and quality performance across all brokerage service lines.
“We thank Fred for the positive results he has produced, inspired and managed throughout his tenure at NAI Mertz,” said Barry Mertz, SIOR, CEO, NAI Mertz. “Fred is an invaluable member of the NAI Mertz team, and I am pleased to recognize him with this extremely well-deserved promotion,” he concluded.
Throughout Meyer’s 30-year career in commercial real estate, he has directed multi-state real estate searches and portfolio analysis for national companies such as GXS, Empire Today, MasTec, Matheson Tri-Gas and McKinsey Consulting.
A practitioner with broad experience in commercial real estate, Fred is a consistent top producer for NAI Mertz, and works tirelessly to help ensure the success of his colleagues. As an industry veteran, and a trained six-sigma black belt, Fred’s process-oriented approach benefits the new salespeople he trains, as well as the experienced agents he guides.
Dave Grove, COO, NAI Mertz, added, “Fred’s industry expertise and exceptional leadership capabilities, on both a local and global level, heavily contributed to this honor.” “He is a motivator to the experienced professional, and a mentor to our new class of brokers. Our company is stronger and more innovative as a result of Fred’s contributions,” added Grove.
Meyer has won numerous national real estate awards for his leadership, skills and transaction volume, and was inducted into the NAI Global Hall of Fame. Notably, Fred is recognized throughout NAI Global as a leader of cross-country and global client service delivery and was recently tapped to co-chair of NAI Global’s Tenant Representation committee, having previously chaired the Industrial and Logistics committees.
Meyer holds the prestigious SIOR designation, which is a testament of his exceptional capabilities in process management, negotiations and ethics. He attended college preparatory school at Horace Mann School in Riverdale, New York, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Rochester.
“I greatly appreciate this recognition from the entire team at NAI Mertz,” said Meyer. “My growth and success in the industry is a result of the numerous long-standing client relationships that have generated hundreds of transactions and lasting friendships. I am fortunate to be surrounded by a fantastic team that shares my belief in doing what is right for our clients’ business needs,” he concluded.