Tim Simonsen

  • Coldwell Banker Commercial Principals Acquire, Re-Brand Salt Lake City Office

    The Salt Lake City office of Coldwell Banker Commercial was recently acquired by a group of private investors from NRT LLC. The buying entity, consisting of real estate agents Brandon Fugal, Tim Simonsen and Stuart Thain, has also announced that the newly formed company will also enlist Lew Cramer, the founder and chief executive officer of the World Trade Center Utah, as its CEO.

    Salt Lake City 31 October 2013 02:29

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