Goodbye to JLL, and a Fantastic Hello to Newmark!

Tom Poser
Tom Poser
Mar 7, 2019 · 3 min read
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My New San Francisco Home, One Bush Street

Hi! Just a quick update to let you know that I have accepted an offer to change companies this past month. I spent an amazing 11 years at JLL, I left on the best possible terms (I love all of my JLL people), and I will be working with Newmark going forward in San Francisco and Marin. It was incredibly complimentary to be recruited by such an outstanding firm.

I hope/ plan to get out a better email in the near future that will lay out my soon-to-be-created plan for world domination, but for now this post will have to suffice.

Thanks so much for all the love as I make this change. My cell is below, my personal website is still, and if you feel you want to reconnect in person then we should get coffee, or you can come watch me yell at 5th graders on the basketball court.

Looking forward to an exciting new stretch and hope to see all of you as soon as possible. Press release is below, thanks!

Tom Poser/ 415–509–0596

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Tom Poser Joins NKF NorCal as Senior Managing Director

Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has hired Marin County native, current resident, and leading commercial real estate broker Tom Poser as senior managing director in its San Rafael office.

Poser most recently served as executive vice president for JLL in San Francisco, spending more than a decade helping clients in Marin County and San Francisco find the perfect office space for their businesses. He has amassed a long list of loyal clients in Marin County, San Francisco, throughout the Bay Area and around the country. Poser has advised companies including Marin General Hospital, FICO, The Marin Independent Journal, Bank of America, Regus, RocketSpace, GoPro, Globant, Kiva, Indiegogo, among others.

During his career, he has collaborated on millions of square feet of office space for his clients. Poser specializes in tenant representation. His background involves negotiating and restructuring complex leases, managing relocations and new acquisitions, as well as determining cost efficiencies and rent reduction.

According to NKF Executive Vice President Haden Ongaro, “Having an experienced commercial real estate professional such as Tom Poser join our team is a tremendous boost to our brand and our office. His reputation is impeccable and his clients speak very highly of him. With his local roots and knowledge of Marin, the City and the entire Bay Area, along with his social media savvy, we are thrilled to see what he will bring to our team.”

In addition to his career, Poser serves on the Board of Marin County based charity, KIK (Kentfield Invests in Kids), the fundraising arm of the Kentfield Schools Foundation as well as San Francisco’s Raphael House, helping homeless families achieve financial stability and long-term housing success.

Poser attended Sir Francis Drake High School in Kentfield and subsequently earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from The University of California, Santa Barbara. As a student athlete, he played on the U.C. Santa Barbara Men’s Basketball and Water Polo teams. He resides in Kentfield with his wife and three children.

Tom Poser
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Tom Poser

San Francisco Office Space Expert

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