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Erich Sollman

Erich Sollman

Senior Vice President

Cushman & Wakefield

San Francisco County, CA

Erich Sollman is senior executive and real estate broker who focuses exclusively on connecting commercial tenants with their ideal office spaces. In his role with Cushman & Wakefield, Erich provides financial planning guidance and project management advice to corporate clients. In the past, he has worked with several ...

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Cushman & Wakefield

Senior Vice President

As a top-producing broker for C&W, Erich Sollman works hard to provide real estate strategy and financial advice to the firm's commercial real estate clients. Over the course of his fifteen years with the company, Erich has successfully completed over 4 million square feet of lease transactions representing tenants and over 1 million square feet of sales transactions.

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University of Southern California

Bachelor's Degree (BS), Business

Erich Sollman studied business at the University of Southern California.

Education

University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Marketing and Finance

Erich Sollman studied marketing and finance while attending the Marshall School of Business at USC.

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