NAI James E. Hanson welcomes Kimberly Kocur as SVP of corporate services

Kimberly Kocur has been brought on as senior vice president of corporate services at NAI James E. Hanson, according to a Thursday announcement.

Kocur brings over 30 years of corporate services experience to her new role. Prior to joining Hanson, she served as senior vice president of corporate services at NAI Global. During her over 30-year career there, Kocur was consistently one of the top producers, successfully completing approximately 1,500 real estate transactions in over 300 markets valued at over $1 billion in gross value.

She brings deep experience in representing Fortune 500 companies spanning industries including financial services, food and beverage and consumer goods, in many of the nation’s most challenging and complex markets, to Hanson’s Teterboro office.

In her new role, Kocur will leverage her decades of experience to develop and maintain strong customer relationships with corporate clients, negotiate and close transactions on their behalf and strategically implement new procedures to strengthen Hanson’s corporate services capabilities across northern New Jersey.

“Kimberly is a highly sought-after expert in her field with a proven track record of providing immense value to her clients,” said William C. Hanson, president of NAI James E. Hanson. “As our market only becomes more competitive, Kimberly will bolster our ability to provide the commercial real estate services our clients need to navigate and find success. We’re thrilled to welcome her to our team and wish her luck as she transitions into her new role.”

Kocur added: “Having worked with NAI Global for over 30 years, I’ve been impressed by the tremendous work that NAI James E. Hanson has accomplished and the significant value they continue to provide their clients. I look forward to utilizing my experience to develop new, multimarket accounts while working collaboratively with the brokerage teams to provide the premium corporate services clients expect from our firm.”