NAI Capital Announces CEO Tim Foutz was Voted onto the Board of...

NAI Capital Announces CEO Tim Foutz was Voted onto the Board of Directors Along with Key Appointments; Michelle Stein as Secretary and Richard Gold as Treasurer

Encino, CA – April 27, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — NAI Capital today announced that NAI Capital’s CEO, Tim Foutz, was voted onto to the NAI Capital Board of Directors. Tim Foutz was named CEO of NAI Capital in March, 2015 and will join the five member board.

NAI Capital Board of Directors also appointed NAI Capital COO Michele Stein as Secretary and Senior EVP Richard Gold as Treasurer of the Corporation. Mr. Gold also serves as broker of record for the firm.

Chairman Michael A. Zugsmith said, “While change is never easy, I have had the pleasure of working with Tim, Michele and Rick for many years and know that they share the same values of integrity and hard work on which NAI Capital was founded 36 years ago. Along with President Rachel Howitt, they will continue NAI Capital’s program of market penetration and growth in our Southern California market while providing commercial real estate services worldwide as a member of NAI Global.”

About NAI Capital

NAI Capital is a leading Southern California commercial real estate firm headquartered in Encino, California. With 14 offices throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties, NAI Capital is the Southern California member of NAI Global, a premier real estate service network in 55 countries with 375 local offices and 6,700 local market leaders spanning the globe. Since 1979, NAI Capital clients have built their businesses on the power of our expanding network. Our extensive services include: multi-site acquisitions and dispositions, sublease, tenant representation, lease administration and audit, investment services, due diligence and related consulting and advisory services.

NAI Capital Brokerage BRE #00806840.

To learn more, visit www.naicapital.com

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J.C. Casillas

Director of Research and Public Relations

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