Hilliker Corporation Hires Two Brokers

Hilliker Corporation's Spencer Mai
Hilliker Corporation's Spencer Mai

Hilliker Corporation, a St. Louis owned and managed commercial real estate company, recently hired Spencer Mai and Brendan O’Brien as brokers.  Their responsibilities include representing commercial real estate buyers and sellers, as well as providing business consultation and property marketing services.  Both brokers specialize in office, industrial and retail property assistance.


Prior to joining Hilliker Corporation, Spencer Mai worked in customer service for an athletic corporation.  He previously served as a marketing assistant for a college housing company.


Brendan O’Brien worked in the development department for a full-service marketing agency, focusing on commercial and residential real estate clientele.  He also worked in the personnel department of a college dining service.


“We are very excited to bring two new associates to our growing team of leaders,” said Hilliker Corporation Senior Vice President Hal Ball.  “Our company works with a variety of entrepreneurial buyers and sellers, and we know both Spencer and Brendan will help them capture the many opportunities that are available in today’s marketplace.”


Hilliker Corporation, which targets regional and national entrepreneurs, is St. Louis’ largest locally owned independent commercial real estate company located at 2001 S. Hanley Rd.  The firm’s agents, who each average over 15 years of experience, have completed more than 10,000 sales and leases for industrial, office, retail and institutional clients since its inception in 1985.  For more information, contact Hal Ball at (314) 781-0001 or visit their website at www.hillikercorp.com.


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