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Bob Behrens Photo Bob Behrens
RE/MAX Commercial, President

"Achieving Commercial Superiority!"

Listen to Briefing from 06/03/03 & Receive Handout

Bob Behrens, CCIM, CRP, is president of RE/MAX Commercial in Denver, Colorado, and the 2003 President-elect of the CCIM Institute. Bob was the founding Director of RE/MAX International's Commercial Investment Division, where he worked for more than 14 years before forming his own company, Behrens & Associates. He rejoined RE/MAX in 2002 in his current position.

During the last five years of Bob's previous tenure with RE/MAX, the commercial investment division added 1,700 full-time commercial real estate practitioners globally and closed more than $4 billion in commercial property sales. In addition, he built numerous strategic alliances.

Bob served as treasurer of the Denver Metropolitan Commercial Association of Realtors in its inaugural year and has been active nationally with the National Association of Realtors. He served as the Colorado/Wyoming CCIM Chapter president in 1995.

Bob is also is a Certified Relocation Professional. He is a board member of the Finance Department at Metro State College in Denver and the Westside Community Builders group, which provides housing for low-income families. He is a licensed aircraft pilot, an avid golfer and touring motorcyclist.

Contact Information:

Bob Behrens
President, RE/MAX Commercial
1873 S. Bellaire
Denver, CO 80222
(v) 303-756-4747
(f) 303-691-3387

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