Speaker Spotlight: Matthew Farrell — Entrepreneurship Oakland Master Class

By March 2, 2017Uncategorized

We’re thrilled to welcome some of the most dynamic and successful entrepreneurs in the region to the panel for our Entrepreneurship Oakland Master Class.

Matthew J. Farrell is the originator and co-founder of CORE Partners, LLC and currently serves as the CEO for the company. In addition, to his transactional services, Matt is involved overseeing the brokerage staff and oversight of 7.4 million square feet of commercial product. Prior to CORE, Matt was a Vice President with Friedman Real Estate Group, Inc. which he joined in 2002, and quickly distinguished himself as a leading professional in Southeastern Michigan representing nearly 4.2 million square feet owned by the largest list of institutional owners Michigan had to offer. Matt also served a term with Grubb & Ellis for nearly three years prior and serviced many local and national users.

Matt’s credibility is confirmed by twelve consecutive years as a top producer in Southeastern Michigan’s office market by outperforming the competition nearly two to one for total square footage transacted. Matt takes pride in an incredible work ethic and the skill to use today’s most advanced tools to facilitate real estate business. It is not unlike Matt to diligently work through CAD file alterations, creatively find a solution to budgetary constraints and go beyond the call of duty to service clients towards a common goal. In addition to being a strong Leasing specialist Matt has been continually recognized for his Investment representation and credited by CoStar as a POWER BROKER in both categories for 2004 through present. In addition, Matt was selected the 2009 Broker of the Year by the Commercial Board of Realtors®–Michigan and made the list of Crain’s Detroit 2009 Top 40 Under 40. Matt will often express to clients that it is his job to maximize the clients yield, whether through finding the right deal or helping to reduce cost, Matt is always trying to challenge the way business is done and often unveils unexpected value through his service.

Specializing in office, hi-tech and investment properties, Matt has an established track record and a proven ability to work through more complex real estate transactions that may involve environmental risk, difficult value assessment, lease vs. buy analysis, new lease structuring, or executing and negotiating tax free exchanges. Matt has done work on behalf of some of the area’s largest developers and corporations, including, but not limited to, Liberty Property Trust, RSM Development and Management, Crow Holdings, Broadway Partners, Morgan Stanley, SL Green, The Gale Company, DRA Advisors, Kirco, REDICO, Larson Realty Group, The Surnow Company, UBS Paine Webber, Northwestern Mutual, Stuart Frankel Development Company to name a few.

Although many would recognize Matt’s notable accomplishments and performance as a portfolio representative it actually only comprises approximately 25% of his typical annual performance. 75% of his career focus is being a “value added provider” to many Tenants, companies and corporations that consider Matt their corporate representative for all Real Estate related matters.

A Michigan native and 1999 graduate of Michigan State University, Matt resides with his wife Jessica, son Quinn, and daughters Camryn and Sylvie in Clarkston, MI.

Matt serves or is accredited with:

  • Served on board for Commercial Board of Realtor (CBOR) from 2004 to 2014 and President for 2010
  • Board Member for EO (“Entrepreneur Organization”) and Detroit President for 2015 – 2016
  • Member of Oakland County Business Roundtable Obsolete Properties Committee Chair
  • Is Board Member for the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for the State of Michigan
  • Crains Detroit Business & Oakland County’s 40 Under 40 Award Recipient
  • Accredited with the Certified Commercial Investment Member Designation (CCIM)
  • Has been recognized for top State honors in transaction volume for Michigan’s commercial office sectorand investment sales sector.

 

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