Keyser hires three employees
Keyser, a commercial real estate advisory firm providing global real estate services to tenants of office, industrial, retail, healthcare, technology and educational space, announced Friday that Matthew Cummings, Rick Osselaer and Harris Wilbur have joined the firm.
Cummings joins Keyser from Mohr Partners, a national commercial real estate firm, where he served as head of research for their Scottsdale office. He is joining as a partner to Noah Barrasso and Kevin Lange and will be assisting them with strategic planning and real estate transactions, as well as providing analysis, research and other service related activities.
Working in a support role to Ian Davie and Darius Green, Wilbur was an intern at Keyser prior to accepting a full time role. A recent graduate of ASU, Wilbur supports Keyser’s
mission of changing the business world through selfless service by providing research, analysis, modeling, and numerous other items as a valued member of the team.
Osselaer brings more than 20 years of experience representing tenants and corporate users of real estate to Keyser. A talented graduate of University of Arizona, Osselaer has spent 20 years focusing on the needs of industrial and office tenants, on both a local and national level. Rick’s is an expert in maximizing facility-related savings for
his corporate clients, while creating and implementing real estate negotiating strategies that help to mitigate exposure, improve operational efficiency and enhance lease flexibility.
Prior to joining Keyser, Osselaer was a senior vice president at a local boutique tenant rep firm. Prior to that, Osselaer was a partner in a commercial real estate firm he founded with two other partners, and prior to that he was with a national tenant commercial real estate firm.