Posted on February 14, 2011

Farmington Hills, MI (February 11, 2011) – Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions, the Midwest’s leading provider of commercial real estate services, held its annual Broker Awards ceremony for the company this Friday at its corporate headquarters in Farmington Hills, Michigan . The annual reception recognized individual brokers who achieved the highest transaction volume for the year.

Award Recipients included:

President’s Elite Award 2010

Barry Swatsenbarg

Rich Deptula

Kevin George

Todd Hawley

Steve Eisenshtadt

Randy Tarnow – NKF

Steve Morris – NKF

Excellence Club Award 2010

Rob Hibbert

Glenn DesRosiers

Outstanding Performance Award 2010

Robert Moon

Dan Verderbar

Howard Perlman

Brian Schwartz – NKF

Jeffrey Fenley – NKF

Scott Barrie

Achievement Award 2010

James Berkemeier – NKF


Founded in 1987, Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions is one of the Midwest’s largest locally owned and operated commercial real estate organizations. Friedman represents banks, special servicers, institutions, property owners, national and regional retailers, and commercial tenants in every size range. Friedman manages over 95 facilities encompassing more than 10 million square feet of commercial and multi-family properties throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Arizona.

Friedman’s completely integrated in-house service lines include brokerage, full-service property and asset management, space design and architectural services, construction and project management, graphic design and marketing, as well as a specialized distressed asset services group providing valuation and pro-forma analysis, multi-scenario financial modeling, loan sales, investment sales, turnaround management and receivership services. We provide our clients with a single point of contact for the entire range of services we offer.

As owners and managers of commercial property for more than 25 years, Friedman understands what it takes to achieve results that maximize the client’s objectives.