Sabrina Nayer Joins CBRE as Regional Business Operations Manager for Southwest Region

CBRE has announced that Sabrina Nayer has joined the firm as its Regional Business Operations Manager for the Southwest Region. In this role she will partner with the firm’s local market and regional leadership to develop and implement strategic priorities for business operations.

”I am thrilled to welcome Sabrina to the team. She is the perfect complement to our team of best-in-class professionals,” said Cathy Teeter, CBRE’s Director of Operations for the Southwest Region. “Her years of experience coupled with deep market knowledge will make her a pivotal asset as we work to continue to provide unrivaled service to our clients. I’m looking forward to partnering with her as we develop and implement initiatives that will move us ever closer to our vision of making CBRE a world-class organization.”


Ms. Nayer returns to CBRE where she was previously a real estate manager. Most recently, she was director of operations for Healthcare Trust of America. In this role, she was responsible for providing oversight and direction for the operation of approximately 3 million SF of medical office properties in the Midwest region.

Ms. Nayer has also held positions with Transwestern, CoStar Group and a local valuation and appraisal company.

Over the course of her career, Ms. Nayer has established herself as well-respected, knowledgeable and capable real estate professional. She has considerable experience successfully running profitable operations while leveraging an effective administrative infrastructure that provides superior service to colleagues and clients alike. Additionally, Ms. Nayer is heavily involved in the community and has been active in Brokers for Kids, ChildHelp USA, the Southwest Autism Research Center and the local Valley of the Sun chapter of Rebuilding Together.

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