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Fort Worth Sperry Van Ness offices merge

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Commercial brokers Steve Fithian and James Blake have merged their Fort Worth Sperry Van Ness offices to create Sperry Van Ness / Trinity Advisors.

The newly announced merger combines Fithian’s Sperry Van Ness / Visions Commercial office and Blake’s Sperry Van Ness / Summit Commercial office.

The new office is located at 5601 Bridge Street, Ste. 504 in Fort Worth. It provides commercial real estate brokerage, leasing, consulting and property management on all commercial property types.    

“James and I have been talking about merging our offices for awhile now,” Fithian said in a news release. “It just made sense from a financial and marketing perspective.”  

Fithian boasts more than 25 years of commercial real estate experience. Multifamily has been his longtime focus, but retail and office now command equal attention. He also organizes, manages and acts as the general partner in real estate syndications.

Blake has more than 30 years of commercial real estate experience. His primary focus is retail and industrial income-producing properties. He also specializes in single tenant, net-lease retail and hopes to assemble together a single-tenant net lease team at Sperry Van Ness / Trinity Advisors to represent clients in the buying and selling those properties.

“We both felt it was an excellent time to look at growing our companies,” Blake said. “I have known Steve for 20 years, and we both have been affiliated with Sperry Van Ness for over 10 years.”

The company has six advisers and eight employees. The advisors are Fithian; James Blake, senior adviser; Clint Montgomery, management and leasing; Carl Brown, management and leasing; Jeff Watson, leasing adviser; and Robin Francis-Baker, adviser.

The staff at Sperry Van Ness / Trinity Advisors include Rebekah Moore, office manager-marketing director; Jean McCorvy, commercial manager; Rickey Wilson, accounting manager; Erika Chambers, accounts payable; Ariel Horn, accounts receivable; Christy Monteith, accounting; Linda Sartin; accounting; and Rachel Cummins, receptionist.

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