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Paul Wittorf to Lead Transwestern’s DFW Operations

Transwestern has named Paul Wittorf to replace Jack Eimer as market leader for the firm’s North Texas operations, based in Dallas.
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Paul Wittorf
Paul Wittorf

Transwestern has named Paul Wittorf to replace Jack Eimer as market leader for the firm’s North Texas operations, based in Dallas. Eimer, who has been with Transwestern for 22 years, has been promoted to a national role. As executive managing partner, he’ll target major growth initiatives.

Wittorf, a top national producer, joined Transwestern’s Houston office in 2000. He has represented both tenants and landlords, handling transactions for energy companies, engineering and construction firms, manufacturers, and law firms, among others. He holds a bachelor of business administration in real estate from Baylor University.

Jack Eimer
Jack Eimer

Both Wittorf and Eimer will serve on the firm’s executive committee and board of directors. They’ll shift to their new roles by July 1.

Locally, Transwestern has 325 employees, including nearly 90 brokers in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Midland. The group oversees leasing and management for 220 properties totaling 55 million square feet. Last year, it brokered about 13 million square feet of local lease deals, with an aggregate value of about $700 million. The group also transacted $705 million in local sales and financing transactions.

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