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Executive Vice President,
Investors Management Group
Karlin Conklin is a sought-after expert on value-add multifamily CRE investments. She has sourced, capitalized and helped in the repositioning of 7,000 multifamily units raising $350 million in equity from institutional partners, Tenant-In-Common (TIC) investors and high-net-worth individuals. Her transactional volume exceeds $1.3 billion.
Karlin is Principal and Executive Vice President of Investors Management Group, a privately held real estate firm headquartered in Woodland Hills, Calif. She formed IMG Northwest in 2015 focusing on highly specialized multifamily advisory services, currently serving as the Principal and Managing Director.
Karlin holds an MBA from the University of Oregon.
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