Mount Laurel-based NAI Mertz, a full-service commercial real estate firm conducting business throughout the United States and globally, recently announced that Roy Kardon, SIOR, vice president, NAI Mertz, has been appointed as president of the 2018 slate of officers of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) New Jersey Chapter.
“Serving as an SIOR officer for the past three years has been a tremendous honor, and I am excited to take the helm as this year’s president,” said Kardon. “In this prestigious role, I am committed to utilize my extensive expertise in the commercial real estate industry to guide my fellow SIOR members in our ever-changing market in New Jersey,” he added.
With 3,000 members in more than 630 cities in 34 countries, the prestigious SIOR designation is a professional symbol of the highest level of knowledge, production and ethics in the real estate industry. Many of New Jersey’s dedicated commercial real estate professionals have achieved the highly-coveted SIOR designation, and have further dedicated their time and knowledge serving on its board of officers.
“I furthermore look forward to developing many educational programs and joining my friends and colleagues at various networking events hosted by the organization this year,” added Kardon.
Kardon is an industrial and office sales and leasing specialist with more than four decades of industry experience. He has earned a position in NAI Global’s Gold Club and has been recognized as a CoStar Power Broker. Among Kardon’s most recent successes is obtaining over 98 percent occupancy at Cherry Hill Commerce Center and the Village of Run of Pine Commerce Center. The two parks are a combined 375,000 square feet. Roy has served as committee member and co-chair of The American Cancer Society’s Bike-a-Thon, and is credited with raising over $11 million to fight cancer. He also received the Volunteer Achievement Award by the American Cancer Society. He holds a B.S in Business Administration from Boston University, and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Temple University.Related Articles: