Prominent Houston-based commercial real estate firm rebrands itself as Partners and expands after splitting from NAI Global

In a major upheaval for a major Houston-based real estate company, the local subsidiary of NAI Global has decided not to renew with global commercial real estate brokerage, opting instead to rebrand itself as partners before embarking on an expansion.

The 25-year-old company previously known as NAI Partners will now be known as Just Partners, the company announced on Wednesday. Partners, which will remain headquartered in the Galleria area of ​​Houston, describes itself as one of Texas’ fastest growing independent and private commercial real estate brokerages.

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With this announcement, Partners officially launches a presence in Dallas, adding to its existing presence in Houston, Austin and San Antonio. ) The partners will also look to expand outside of Texas over the next two to five years, with future locations planned in Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Colorado and Arizona.

“As a company focused on constantly finding better ways to serve our customers, the company’s rapid growth, highly talented team and ambitious strategic plan necessitated leaving our previous affiliation, so that we could continue to expand geographically,” said Jon Silberman, managing partner at Partners. “This development will unequivocally enhance the breadth and depth of our partnerships with our customers and investors.”

According to Partners, the Houston site was one of the ten largest sites of the global group NAI Global, based in New York, one of the networks of commercial real estate brokerages.

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Partners ranked 12th on the Houston Chronicle’s Best Workplaces list last year in the small business category, dropping to 43rd the previous year. The company has 200 employees, including about 140 in Houston with about 100 commercial real estate brokers. The firm oversees more than 1,000 commercial leasing and sales transactions annually with service lines in office, industrial, retail, land, life sciences and multifamily, plus project management, facilities, investment and appraisal services. Last year, the company oversaw more than 15 million square feet of transactions in Houston.

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