Palo Alto, Calif.,– Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation (MMCC), a leading provider of commercial real estate financing and capital markets expertise, has promoted originators in the firm’s Seattle, Palo Alto and Salt Lake City offices. Raymond Allen, David Campbell and Colton Smith were promoted to directors.
“These gentlemen have demonstrated their skill in support of our clients’ debt and equity needs,” says Hughes. “Their collective experience and knowledge make them invaluable not only to MMCC but to our clients across the nation.” Most recently, Allen, Campbell and Smith each held the position of associate director with MMCC.
Raymond Allen started his career with MMCC in 2011. Prior to joining MMCC, he was a vice president with Capital Real Estate Finance, specializing in lending across all commercial properties. He was also a production manager with Cintiva Financial Corporation and a branch manager with Ameriquest Mortgage Company. Allen is a graduate of Washington State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations and a minor in business.
David Campbell joined the firm in 2007. Prior to his promotion to associate director of the firm’s Palo Alto office, Campbell served as an analyst in its Long Beach office. He graduated from Cornell University, where he earned two Bachelor of Arts degrees, double-majoring in economics and American Studies.
Colton Smith joined the Denver office in 2006 and the Salt Lake City office in 2012. Prior to joining MMCC, he founded the commercial lending division for a Salt Lake City real estate conglomerate. He is a graduate of the University of Utah, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in public relations. Smith also earned an M.B.A. from the University of Denver with an emphasis in finance and real estate and construction management.
About Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation
Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation is a subsidiary of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, the nation’s largest brokerage firm focused exclusively on real estate investment services. Through its network of national and regional lenders, MMCC provides capital markets products for a wide variety of investment properties, including apartments, shopping centers, office buildings, industrial facilities, single-tenant net-lease properties, seniors housing, hotels/motels, manufactured home communities and self-storage facilities. In 2012, MMCC closed 912 commercial real estate financing transactions.