Everett Named Broker Of The Year

Written by on March 13, 2012 in News - 1 Comment

NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Inc. announced that C. Todd Everett, Managing Director of the Investment Services Group of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, has been named the firm’s Broker of the Year.

The award culminates a stellar 12-months for Everett, during which time he honed in on exclusively representing lenders and private owners seeking to divest properties around the state of Florida. This marks part of a strategic shift both by Everett and the firm as a whole to capitalize on the burgeoning volume of distressed assets deluging the commercial real estate marketplace. Everett, a seasoned veteran with nearly 20 years in the industry, has helped develop a dedicated team to focus on that specific sector.

“Todd Everett has displayed extraordinary leadership and expertise in the commercial real estate industry in Palm Beach County and along the Treasure Coast,” said Jordan C. Paul, Chief Executive Officer of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman. “Now that leadership and acumen have been brought statewide to owners and lenders, resulting in a strong year for Everett and a great contribution to NAI/Merin Hunter Codman.”

Everett is one of five NAI Merin Hunter Codman brokers who hold the prestigious SIOR designation, the commercial real estate industry’s highest and most exclusive professional certification.  Everett is also the Chairman of the North Palm Beach Treasure Coast Council of NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association; a Founding Executive Committee member of ACRES, the Alliance of Corporate Real Estate Executives & Specialists; as well as a Board Director of the South Florida chapter of NAIOP and Chairman of the Palm Beach County Bus Tour for NAIOP. Such designations are indicative of Everett’s prolific contributions and cooperation with colleagues in the commercial real estate industry in Florida. He is a frequent moderator and panelist debating industry topics and also guests on NPR to speak of topical commercial real estate issues in Florida.

In terms of his brokerage achievements this past year for which he was awarded Broker of the Year by NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Everett closed some of the firm’s highest profile and most challenging leases and sales including representing the United States Army in one of the larger industrial land transactions in Palm Beach County in recent years, the Army’s purchase of a 13.3-acre parcel in Lake Park for $7 million. It is being developed into a state-of-the-art Army Reserve training facility. That deal and others were culminated with the help of Everett’s dedicated brokerage partners David W. Knott and Ryan R. Dinsdale, both Directors within NAI Merin Hunter Codman’s Investment Services Group. The team currently has a 14-building industrial portfolio up for sale in Melbourne along the Treasure Coast and over the last year has represented owners and lenders throughout the state from South Florida all the way to St. Petersburg and Pensacola and beyond.

Added C. Todd Everett on the award, “I’m honored to have received this distinction at NAI/Merin Hunter Codman. Commercial real estate lenders and owners are faced with unprecedented challenges divesting of troubled assets in today’s market. As a result, we have increasingly been asked to expand our services to serve them in regions throughout the state and in some cases even out of state. The resolutions and success we have achieved for our clients over the past year have been very satisfying for me personally as well as my talented team.”

This marks the third time that Everett has received NAI/Merin Hunter Codman’s Broker of the Year award.

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One Comment on "Everett Named Broker Of The Year"

  1. John Geisen March 14, 2012 at 1:28 pm · Reply

    Hey Todd! Congratulations on the good work. It’s good to know you are out there fighting the fight. -John

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