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Yair Haimoff

Yair Haimoff

NAI Capital is pleased to announce the appointment of Yair Haimoff, SIOR as Executive Vice President and Branch Manager of NAI Capital’s L.A. North office located in Santa Clarita.

Yair is a 13 year commercial real estate veteran and started his career with NAI Capital in 2002. He specializes in leasing, acquisition and disposition of industrial, office and investment properties in the Santa Clarita, San Fernando, and Conejo Valleys. “Yair is a consummate commercial real estate professional with an excellent track record of success. We feel that he has the vision, passion and organizational skills to take the reins at the Santa Clarita office and increase productivity and results,” says Tim Foutz, CEO.

During his tenure at NAI Capital, Yair has been recognized for multiple awards including Diamond Capital Club Status 2012-2014, Broker of the Year 2012, Circle of Excellence 2011, Most Deals Completed 2010, Rookie of the Year 2005, and is consistent in maintaining Capital Club status year after year. In addition, in 2009 the San Fernando Valley and the Santa Clarita Business Journals have awarded him for its 40 Under 40 Award – an honor for being one of the top 40 business leaders under the age of 40.

Yair holds memberships in Society of Industrial and Office Realtor (SIOR), the American Industrial Real Estate Association (AIR), the Valley Industrial Association (VIA), the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce, and is a board member for Hands on Santa Clarita non-profit organization.

NAI Capital LA North office is located at 27451 Tourney Road, Ste.200 in Valencia, CA 91355. Contact Yair Haimoff directly at (818) 203-5429.

 

About NAI Capital

NAI Capital is a leading Southern California commercial real estate firm headquartered in Encino, California. With 14 offices throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties, NAI Capital is the Southern California member of NAI Global, a premier real estate service network in 55 countries with 375 local offices and 6,700 local market leaders spanning the globe. Since 1979, NAI Capital clients have built their businesses on the power of our expanding network. Our extensive services include: multi-site acquisitions and dispositions, sublease, tenant representation, lease administration and audit, investment services, due diligence and related consulting and advisory services. To learn more, visit www.naicapital.com NAI Capital Brokerage BRE #00806840.

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5 Comments

  1. Hey Sandra Cardenas.., yup my baby is the new manager :) so proud of him and very surprised to see this article. How is the baby? My sister saids he’s so quite and cute :) Please come by the office anytime you want so we can see you and the baby

  2. Dalila Haimoff
    He is obviously doing an excellent job…wishing him nothing but success!!! And yes I will try and stop by sometime new week so you can meet the baby!!! He is doing great…getting bigger and changing!!!

  3. Glori S. says:

    Congratulations Yair, very well deserved!

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