Gary Martinez, CCIM
A competitive figure in the Commercial Real Estate Industry, Gary oversees and directs all activities at Commercial Real Estate SoCal. Welcoming challenges and always seeking new opportunities, Gary has evolved within the industry to work with a number of large companies such as Suzuki, JC Penny, Southern California Edison, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, and ABC Unified School District.
As ast President and Designee to the Greater Southern California CCIM Chapter (Certified Commercial Investment Member), Gary has earned the highest achievement one can earn in commercial investment real estate.
Gary is also involved with local organizations:
- CCIM, Southern Greater California Chapter - Past President
- Southland EDC - Chairman of Board
- Whole Child, Non-Profit - Board Member
- LA City Club
- Manufacturer's Resource Group
- OC Hispanic Chamber
Chantel coordinates and maintains marketing and business activites for Commercial Real Estate SoCal. Striving for excellence, Chantel's commitment to her team and our clients applies to every channel operations from general administration to processing transactions.
Chantel is also involved with CREW Inland Empire (Commercial Real Estate Women Network). She was awarded the 2017 CREW Inland Empire Scholarship for her involvement in Commercial Real Estate and as a student at Cal Poly Pomona.
We work to maximize your investment.
Yafa Boyer | Owner, LANCAB, Inc.
"Excelent to work with. Has a pulse on the market and what is available that meets your needs. Would recommend him highly".
Kevin Burger | Founding Partner at California Commercial Advisors
"Gary is professional and highly knowledgeable when it comes to commercial real estate transactions".
Carlos A. Guaman | Owner, El Triunfo
"Upon our first meeting, his professionalism and demeanor allowed for a fluid conversation where I was easily able to express the needs of my expanding business. On the spot, Gary was able to provide realistic time frames and expectations while referencing existing properties on the market".