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Since joining SIOR in 1962, Hanson has been a leader in the prestigious commercial real estate organization, serving as their National President in 1985, as well as serving on their Board of Directors since 1980 and he was a recipient of their Howell Watson Lifetime Achievement Award in 1993.
When a new SIOR is being considered, all existing members have the chance to give feedback.
Becoming SIOR Global President is a rare opportunity to view the CRE business from a unique lens on a global stage.
SIR (Society of Industrial Realtors) was founded in 1939, but in 1986 the organization altered their name to SIOR in order to include office realtors.
Serving as a guide to the latest and greatest commercial real estate apps, tools and services, the SIOR CRE Resource Center provides resources in CRM; Lease Management; Listings, tools and services; Marketing; Property Management; Research and Analysis.
The Fall World Conference kicked off with Geoffrey Kasselman, SIOR's Immediate Past President, officially instating Del Markward as the new SIOR Global President.
Those reelected are Mario Asaro, SIOR, president of Industry One Realty Corp; Gary Joel Schacker, SIOR, principal of United Realty/Triangle Properties and; Doug Haynes, a vice president in Cresa Long Island.
David Prior, SIOR, president of the local society chapter and president of The Klabin Co.
NAI Hanson's Tom Vetter, SIOR, Jeff DeMagistris, SIOR, and Lou Tapia represented the landlord, Ronald Realty Co.
Allessio joined NAI Hanson's Hackensack office earlier this year to work on a team with senior vice presidents Scott Perkins, SIOR, CCIM, and Andrew Somple, SIOR, and sales associate, Christopher Todd, specializing in office and industrial sales and leasing in the northern New Jersey marketplace.
SIOR president David Simon, executive managing director and New Jersey market leader, Colliers International, said, "The conversation was informative and interesting.