Scheer Partners Appoints Commercial Real Estate Veteran Marek Rich a Vice President

Scheer Partners Appoints Commercial Real Estate Veteran Marek Rich a Vice President

Rockville, MD – Scheer Partners, the leading provider of fully integrated commercial real estate services in the Washington and Baltimore areas, announces today that long-time industry executive Marek Rich has joined the Rockville-based company as a Vice President.

Rich’s professional expertise in industrial services will broaden Scheer Partners’ penetration into the industrial market with the leasing and sales of warehouse and flex space properties

A native of Maryland who currently lives in Washington, D.C., Rich has over 15 years of experience in the leasing and sales of commercial properties throughout the metropolitan region.

He has worked with both tenants and landlords during his career, specializing in services such as facility and strategic planning, financial and portfolio analysis, and market evaluation.

“We’re delighted to have Marek become a member of our expanding team here at Scheer Partners,” says Robert Scheer, the company’s founder and president. “He possesses a dynamic entrepreneurial spirt and a wealth of market expertise. Marek is also highly motivated and has a results-first mentality when interfacing with his clients. I’m extremely confident that, in no short order, he will become a valuable member of our firm.”

“I couldn’t be happier about joining Scheer Partners,” Rich says. “Change is never easy, but the combination of platform, people and talent made the decision to relocate all the easier.”

Most recently before coming on board at Scheer Partners, Rich served for roughly a decade as an assistant vice president with Rockville-based HBW Group. Prior to that, he was a sales and leasing associate in the District of Columbia with Insignia/ESG, now a part of CB Richard Ellis.

Rich first entered the commercial real estate sector while serving as a leasing associate with Transwestern, also in D.C.

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