Lee & Associates Arizona Promotes Industrial Broker McDougall To Principal


PHOENIX, AZ – November 19, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Lee & Associates Arizona is pleased to announce the promotion of Matt McDougall to Principal. Matt joined Lee as an Associate nearly three years ago and has garnered the respect of his peers as well as having achieved several sales benchmarks to achieve his promotion.

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Matt’s extensive knowledge of the Phoenix industrial market is complemented through analysis and marketing skills involving tenant relocation, expansion, lease negotiations, market analysis and property marketing. These qualities, along with a strong work ethic, have enabled him to become a respected presence within the market.

“Achieving this level over the past thirty months is a great accomplishment,” said Fred Darche, Managing Principal. “Matt is a great asset to Lee & Associates and our brokerage team is thrilled to see him rise to this level.”

Matt holds a fi nance degree with the University of Richmond, VA. He and his wife live in Scottsdale and have two children.

About Lee & Associates Arizona
Lee & Associates Arizona specializes in providing exceptional commercial brokerage services to the industrial, offi ce, land and investment sectors of the Phoenix commercial real estate market. The Phoenix offi ce was established in 1991 and is now recognized as one of the most successful brokerage fi rms in the state. Each of the 49 nationwide Lee & Associates offi ces has a strong local ownership combined with a powerful platform from the national Lee & Associates network.

Matt McDougall: mmcdougall (at) leearizona (dot) com


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