“We are truly pleased to have a new colleague with such deep and diverse experience in all aspects of real estate asset disposition,” said David Bradshaw, President of Tranzon Driggers.
Portland, Maine (PRWEB) May 21, 2015
Tranzon, one of the nation’s largest real estate auction companies, has expanded its services in the State of Georgia. Stephen L. Griffin, a longtime leader in real estate asset disposition and a licensed real estate broker in Georgia and other states, has joined Tranzon Driggers based in Ocala, Florida. Working from offices in Atlanta, Mr. Griffin will focus his efforts on developing Tranzon’s real estate auction business in Georgia and on serving owners and sellers of real estate using Tranzon’s accelerated auction methodology.
Mr. Griffin has had a distinguished career managing large portfolios of commercial real estate in major metropolitan areas, including Atlanta. During the thrift crisis of the 1990s Mr. Griffin supervised the asset management and disposition services of an asset disposition contractor for the RTC. He then went on to oversee the marketing and sale of properties in a six-state region in the Southeast for Cushman & Wakefield and more recently managed equity and debt positions including special servicing of CMBS loans for Trimont Real Estate Advisors.
“We are truly pleased to have a new colleague with such deep and diverse experience in all aspects of real estate asset disposition,” said David Bradshaw, President of Tranzon Driggers. “Steve Griffin will be an important member of the Tranzon Driggers team.” David Warren, President of the national Tranzon, LLC office, added that “Mr. Griffin will help Tranzon meet the needs of our clients in Georgia and throughout the region using Tranzon’s Market-Making SystemSM for real estate disposition at auction.”
About Tranzon: Tranzon is one of the largest real estate auction companies in the country, with 30 offices coast-to-coast. Tranzon’s accomplished auction professionals are widely recognized as leaders in the auction industry, and have conducted auctions in 48 states and the District of Columbia, selling billions of dollars in total asset value. All Tranzon companies are independently owned and operated.