With over 25 years combined of brokerage experience in the Southeastern United States multifamily marketplace, Francesco P. Carriera and Michael P. Regan consistently rank in the top 20 within Marcus & Millichap’s National Multi Housing Group and in the top 40 within Marcus & Millichap’s 1,800+ brokers nationwide. Since 2006, both Frank and Mike have completed or participated in transactions ranging from $5 million to over $50 million.
Formed in 2009, Carriera Regan, a highly focused multifamily asset disposition group, offers an all-encompassing delivery system that meets the disposition needs and equity placement requirements of virtually every client. Since the group was formed, Carriera Regan has closed a total of $1.8 billion dollars in sales, representing 33,500 multifamily units and 257 transactions. Carriera Regan holds an extensive track record of major multifamily property sales and serves as an advisor for $2 billion worth of multifamily throughout the Southeast.
Consisting of 15 individuals, Carriera Regan closed approximately $500 million in transaction volume in 2017 and ranks as the number one group within Marcus & Millichap’s Southeast Division amongst all product types and specialty groups.
“Frank Carriera and his team worked like a well practiced orchestra to present my apartment complexes with skill, adroitness, and a degree of professionalism that I rarely encounter. The byproduct was maximizing proceeds for his client…me. Thank you Frank…you are a maestro.”
“I would like to personally recognize and recommend the outstanding service and expertise of Frank and Mike as real estate professionals. Their team has handled every acquisition and disposition from start to closing as thoroughly and professionally as possible. I look forward to working with Carriera Regan for many years to come.”
“Frank and Mike have proven to be relentless in reaching and often exceeding their client’s goals. We’ve witnessed that firsthand, which has built a level of trust with their entire team and made us repeat clients.”