Will Tober, Real Estate Advisor at Hughes Marino, Confirmed as Next Founding Member
December 18, 2018,
Dear IEC Members & Friends,
Please help me welcome Will Tober, Real Estate Advisor at Hughes Marino, as our next confirmed founding member of the International Executive Council (IEC). We have included his bio and LinkedIn profile below for your review.
Will Tober is a corporate real estate advisor at Hughes Marino, an award-winning commercial real estate company. Working out of the firm’s Orange County office, Will and his team exclusively represent tenants and buyers delivering no-conflict brokerage, construction management, lease auditing, and lease administration services to companies and organizations across California. Business leaders look to Will to develop real estate strategies that will help them achieve their business objectives whether they plan to renew their lease, relocate, expand, contract, or purchase commercial property.
Will combines his strong market knowledge and Hughes Marino’s tenant-focused discipline to create leverage and opportunities, aligning his client’s real estate goals with their business plan to deliver the most strategically correct, cost-effective, and risk-reducing project outcomes possible. His expertise in site selection, strategic planning, financial analysis, negotiation, and transaction structuring have allowed him to create great results for his clients throughout Southern California.
In addition to representing business leaders in their lease and purchase transactions, Will serves on the board for two incredible nonprofit organizations, one of which he co-founded while attending the University of Southern California. A native of San Clemente, Will was a defensive back on the USC Trojans football team and he also held executive positions in the Sigma Chi fraternity. While in college, Will produced an award winning documentary film entitled “The Drop Box” about a South Korean pastor who built a small wooden drop box into the side of his home to receive unwanted newborn babies that would otherwise be left abandoned. The documentary was shown in 800 theaters in the U.S. and Canada and later picked up by Netflix for a two-year run.
Will and his wife, Kaylin, currently reside in Newport Beach where they attend Rock Harbor Church in Costa Mesa. They enjoy going to the beach, traveling, and listening to country music in their free time. An avid sports fan, Will loves to watch the Lakers, Angels, and Trojans as much as he can.
IEC Founding Member, Will Tober, Real Estate Advisor at Hughes Marino
Founder, International Executive Council (IEC)
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