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Jack Eimer

Jack Eimer

Transwestern

Jack Eimer is Central region president of Transwestern, overseeing a team that provides property and facilities management, leasing, development, investment sales, tenant representation, and corporate advisory services. He also serves on the company's board of directors. Prior to Transwestern, he held executive posts with Portman Properties, Inverness Securities, The CRS Group, and Intergroup Development.

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Jack Eimer: Two Things That Really Trouble Me

When are we going to achieve a greater degree of diversity throughout the industry? When you look at most the websites of most real estate firms our area, you see that company ranks are still made up predominantly of white males.
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Jack Eimer: This Will Always Be a Relationship Business

When was the last time you wrote a note or letter instead of emailing? Or how about calling instead of texting, or getting on a plane and visiting instead of skyping and video-conferencing. Are we allowing advancements in technology to depersonalize relationships?
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Jack Eimer: Have the Courage to Bet on Youth

Although there are widespread differences between this generation and their “Generation X” and “baby boomer” corporate leaders and managers, there are also significant strengths. The challenge for today’s leadership is to not only accept these differences, but to embrace them.
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Jack Eimer: Lone-Wolf Brokers—An Endangered Species?

Years ago, way before blogs, I wrote a column entitled, "Real Estate Brokers—the Ultimate Capitalists." I shared my admiration for this independent, self-reliant, gritty group of professionals whose mantra was, “Eat what you kill,” and who always referred to themselves as hunters—certainly not skinners.
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Jack Eimer: Why It’s Tougher to Get Deals Done Today

I don’t think I can remember a time in the industry's history that presented so many challenges to all transaction types. The days of the “lay down” and “sure thing” have all but vanished.
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Jack Eimer: Work Harder, Not Just Smarter

Given the choppy waters that we're all currently enjoying, never has the phrase “going the extra mile” been more relevant. Whether it's hours worked, extending breadth of services, maximizing efficiency through the use of technology, or broadening personal and professional relationships—or all of the above—the extra effort should be a standard. Yet over the years, it has become increasingly apparent that the “extra mile” is an uncrowded stretch of roadway.
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