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Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, which in 2012 brought in capital markets specialist Helios Capital Advisors, wants to build its loan sale business. While the competition is abundant, the firm believes that it has a key advantage to complement its loan sales team: 110 offices around the country that allow its brokers to dive deeply into portfolios. “There are 12 people in the loan business but our 200 capital markets brokers are the foot soldiers to help us get through the door in the business,” Jimmy Kuhn, president, told REFI last week.

The move is part of a broader push to expand the firm’s market share. Newmark recently merged with Northern California specialist Cornish & Carey Commercial and CEO Barry Gosin told The Wall Street Journal that the firm’s goal is to be one of the top three real estate services firms in the U.S. ....

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