Podolsky Circle Recognized At CORFAC's Fall Summit

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Podolsky Circle Recognized with Multiple CORFAC International Awards at Fall Summit; Takes Home 2017 Platinum Level Standards of Excellence Award Fourth Year in a Row

Podolsky Circle is pleased to announce that the firm was recognized with multiple awards at CORFAC International’s Standards of Excellence Awards, which were presented during the firm’s Fall Summit in Denver, Colorado September 13-16th. The annual awards recognize members for their dedication and commitment to the CORFAC International network as well as member firms that demonstrate excellence.

Podolsky Circle was named a 2017 Platinum Level Standards of Excellence Award recipient by CORFAC International. The award recognizes top CORFAC firms that exceed industry standards. Podolsky Circle was one of only two firms to achieve Platinum recognition, which it has won every year since the award’s inception.

Principal John Homsher, CCIM, was recognized with the Charlie King MVP Award in recognition of his devotion and exceptional service to CORFAC International. During his tenure as CORFAC’s president in 2016, Mr. Homsher had many notable achievements and grew the network both nationally and internationally. He began his career in commercial real estate in 1985, working as an office broker in Dallas, Texas. He has been with Podolsky Circle since 1989, and has been a principal since 1997. Mr. Homsher focuses on investment advisory services, handling investment transactions for middle market clients.

“I have been involved with CORFAC since its inception in 1989 serving in a variety of leadership roles culminating in my 2016 Presidency,” stated Homsher. “It was a personal honor and achievement to win the Charlie King MVP award as Charlie King has been and continues to be a mentor to me and strongly encouraged me to become actively involved in CORFAC leadership several years ago.”

In addition, Principal Adam Tarantur, CCIM, won the Olen Monsees Award. The award recognizes exceptional service to the organization in memory of Olen, who was an iconic figure in the Kansas City real estate brokerage community. Mr. Tarantur has spent the past five years working to engage next generation brokers from around the globe in the CORFAC network through targeting programming, the formation of a scholarship program and mentorship opportunities. He began his career in commercial real estate upon graduating from the business school at the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a degree in Real Estate & Urban Land Economics. In just nine years, he has established himself in the industry as an industrial and office specialist, working as an advocate for both property owners and tenants alike.

Podolsky Circle is a charter member of CORFAC and one of its four co-founding firms.