Cresa Moves Up Five Places to #8 on the Lipsey Brand Survey

2020 Lipsey Survey

“One of the biggest differences is migrating from a respected boutique to our clients working with one of the largest commercial real estate firms in the world. Cresa’s goal is to firmly situate ourselves as the best and largest global occupier-advisory firm.”Jim Underhill, Cresa CEO

We’re proud to announce that Cresa has been ranked #8 on Lipsey’s 2020 Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Brand Survey, moving up five places from our #13 rank in 2019. The survey, which recognizes commercial real estate’s most recognizable brands, is based on a company’s innovation, responsiveness, quality of service and level of advisors’ proficiency. Cresa was first recognized in 2005 and has gone on to appear on the list each subsequent year.

Part of our rise in the rankings can be attributed to the brand refresh and new website that were launched in 2018.

“Cresa has certainly evolved ahead of the industry and we look different than we did even five years ago. The unveiling of our rebranding and refreshed content is a major indicator of our innovative mindset as we continue to service our clients.” – Jim Underhill, Cresa CEO

Cresa Unwraps Refreshed Image, Messaging

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