CRE Veterans Scot Farber & Tom Strohbehn Join YP
Dallas-based commercial real estate firm Younger Partners welcomed CRE veterans Scot Farber and Tom Strohbehn to lead a new capital markets team. They will serve as managing principals effectively immediately.
The duo comes to Younger Partners from Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc. where Farber served as Executive Managing Director and Strohbehn was Senior Financial Manager within Cushman & Wakefield’s Capital Markets Group.
“Scot and Tom bring with them years of experience, extensive market knowledge, and long-term industry relationships,” says Younger Partners Co-Founder Moody Younger.
“They are highly respected within the commercial real estate world and we are thrilled to have them join our team. Moody and I worked with them at Grubb & Ellis and know the dedication and integrity they bring to their clients,” says Younger Partners Co-Founder Kathy Permenter.
“We have a long history with Moody and Kathy and some of the other team members at Younger Partners. Younger Partners’ platform and reputation complements our area of focus and creates outstanding opportunities to leverage their strengths and our own in the market,” Farber says.
Strohbehn and Farber focus on the disposition of office and flex assets within DFW and other Texas markets, as well as Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mexico.
“Our goal is – and always has been – to provide institutional quality service to our clients regardless of transaction size. As a result, we have completed nearly 250 assignments across the Southwest,” Strohbehn says.
At Cushman & Wakefield, Farber was in charge of the disposition of investment sales properties for financial institutions, banks, special servicers, pension funds, REITs, corporate users and private investors. Throughout his career, Farber has completed investment sales assignments with a market value of approximately $5 billion.
Tom has analyzed, underwritten, and valued more than $3 billion worth of commercial property. He has completed more than 22.2 million square feet of commercial transactions, with a market value in excess of $1.5 billion.