FIU COLLEGE OF BUSINESS HOLLO SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE APPOINTS ADAM J. TIKTIN TO ADVISORY BOARD
MIAMI (March 5, 2020)—Florida International University’s College of Business (FIU Business) Hollo School of Real Estate has appointed Adam J. Tiktin to its Advisory Board, comprised of global real estate leaders committed to growing and expanding the school’s reach.
The Advisory Board oversees the Hollo School of Real Estate Council which offers guidance on the school’s curriculum, connects students with internships and job opportunities to help advance their future careers, and assists in broadening the number of companies that recruit Hollo School of Real Estate graduates. Each member of the Hollo School of Real Estate Council brings deep-seeded experience, expertise and history of success in real estate across various industry sectors such as capital markets, investment, financing, fund management, risk management and fiduciary responsibility.
Tiktin has served on the Hollo School of Real Estate Council for over one year. He will continue to serve as Chair of Membership Enrichment, aimed at elevating the experience for each board member and assisting with engagement and networking, ultimately resulting in more business and providing opportunities for members to give back to the university.
He brings 20 years of experience to the Hollo School of Real Estate Advisory Board. As President and Broker of Tiktin Real Estate Investment Services, a leading commercial real estate investment sales brokerage firm, Tiktin specializes in the sale of shopping centers and office buildings in Florida and single-tenant net lease properties nationally. Tiktin is Chairman of the 2020 International Council of Shopping Centers
(ICSC) Florida Conference & Deal Making Student Committee and previously served as Chairman of the 2016 ICSC South Florida Idea Exchange. He spent nearly 15 years at a publicly traded national brokerage firm where he left as Miami’s Top Agent. Over the course of his career, Mr. Tiktin has exclusively listed and sold over $1 billion in more than 375 transactions.