Movers & Shakers: Compass poaches OC brokers, Kennedy Wilson Properties names president … & more

Sep.September 27, 2017 09:00 AM
From left: Rob Norquist, Cari Young (Credit: Compass)

Compass is making moves in Orange County. The venture-backed brokerage poached Cari Young from Villa Real Estate and Rob Norquist from First Team Christie’s International Real Estate for managing broker roles at the firm’s Newport Beach office. The two will lead 29 agents at the newly-opened office.

International real estate investment firm Kennedy Wilson Properties named L.A.-based broker Ed Sachse as president of the company’s commercial brokerage and property management division. Sachse previously served as executive managing director of the brokerage operations.

Affordable housing AMCAL Multi-Housing hired Sara Dabbs as senior project manager. Dabbs will drive the completion of projects in the Southern California region and help lead other affordable projects in the western states. She previously served as executive director of multifamily new construction finance programs at the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

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