Integra Realty Resources has named industry veteran Marshall A. Burke as its new managing director in its Washington, D.C. office.
“Integra has really set the industry standard for delivering appraisal services,” Burke told Commercial Observer. “Integra’s state-of-the-art technology platform and its national network of highly regarded, seasoned appraisers is an invaluable resource for obtaining accurate, local market insight.”
Burke has more than 20 years of experience in commercial real estate, most notably in stints with Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield and most recently Harrison & Bates.
In his new position, Burke will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the firm’s Washington D.C. office.
“I’ll be focused on ensuring on-time production of well-written and reliable appraisal reports that our valuable clients and partners have come to expect when they hire Integra for an assignment,” Burke said. “My initial goals are to deliver the high quality of service our current clients have come to expect from our team, continue to grow our team by attracting the industry’s top talent and expand our market share regionally.”
He initially joined IRR last June as a director in its Richmond office.
“The senior managing director of the Richmond office is a longtime colleague that I’ve known for more than 20 years, and I knew he was someone with whom I would like to work,” Burke said. “Equally important, is the state-of-the-art technology. When I meet commercial appraisers who have worked at more than one of the national appraisal companies, I always ask them to rank the report-writing and database software of the companies for which they have worked. The overwhelming consensus is that IRR’s technology platform is second to none.”
Burke added that the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. region has a vibrant commercial real estate market and has always been an important market for Integra.
“Since 2015, my efforts have been divided between the Richmond and D.C. markets, so I’m looking forward to once again being laser-focused on the greater D.C. market,” Burke said.