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Shari A Tucker-Gasser-Sperry-Van-Ness-LLC

Shari A Tucker-Gasser-Sperry-Van-Ness-LLC


Phoenix, Arizona – September 4, 2013 – Real Estate Forum celebrates the 20th Annual ‘Women of Influence’ by naming Shari A. Tucker-Gasser, Partner of the Phoenix Sperry Van Ness, LLC office and Multi-Tenant Retail Investment Council Chair of Sperry Van Ness International, among ‘Women of Influence’ in the commercial real estate industry for 2013.

ALM’s Real Estate Forum announced its selections for the most influential women of 2013 in the commercial real estate industry and has categorized the prestigious list by “The Legends”, “Women of Influence” and “Next Gen: Women to Watch”. Senior level women from all over the country were recognized for their contributions to the commercial real estate industry and over 500 applications were submitted.

“Over the course of my 15 year career, I’ve enjoyed being a part of the ever changing commercial real estate industry,” said Tucker-Gasser. “No longer is commercial real estate controlled by the good ol’ boys networks, women today are in many viable roles; they’re running billion dollar REITS, owning brokerage houses and negotiating million dollar transactions. It’s been fun, challenging and rewarding,” continues Tucker-Gasser. “I enjoy sharing my knowledge and mentoring those interested in the commercial real estate profession and hope that in some small way I’ve influenced others.”

Tucker-Gasser began her career in 1999 with a local brokerage company where she was named Rookie of the Year her first year in the business. She was later recruited to the Phoenix Sperry Van Ness, LLC office as an Investment Advisor, and in 2011, purchased the Phoenix office to become one of four veteran partners. During the course of her 15 years in the business, Tucker-Gasser has completed more than $2 billion dollars in retail sales transactions.

Shari specializes in the acquisition, disposition and leasing of multi-tenant retail properties throughout the Phoenix Metro and Arizona markets.

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