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Principal & Executive Vice President,
Investors Management Group
Karlin Conklin is a sought-after expert on commercial real estate investments. She has sourced, capitalized and helped in the repositioning of over 10,000 multifamily units, raising $450 million in equity from institutional partners, Tenant-In-Common (TIC) investors and high-net-worth individuals.
Karlin is Principal and Executive Vice President of Investors Management Group, a privately held real estate firm headquartered in Woodland Hills, Calif. IMG has transacted over $1.6 billion nationally in this cycle, with over $500 million in multifamily assets (3,000 units) currently under management nationwide.
Karlin holds an MBA from the University of Oregon.
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