Saber Realty Advisors
Since 1999, Mr. Sackler and for Sandstone Properties through 2006 has directed all acquisitions, dispositions and development activities for Saber Realty Partners, including the acquisition of more than 50 properties nationwide totaling over two million square feet and valued at over $400,000,000.00.
Prior to joining Saber Realty Partners, Mr. Sackler was a founding member and consistent top producer at Westmac Commercial Brokerage, where he specialized in the sale and leasing of commercial and investment properties throughout the Los Angeles basin.
A Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, Mr. Sackler is an avid sports enthusiast and an active member of many charitable organizations.
Founding Principal of Saber Realty Partners, a private real estate investment firm formed in 2007.Bertram originally joined Greg Sackler in 2000 as a general partner at Sandstone Properties and engaged in acquisitions of core real estate assets on behalf of high net worth individuals and family members.
Bertram is a graduate of University of California at Berkley (1981) and received a BS in Business Administration and graduated with honors. He is a member of ICSC andserves on the Board of Santa Monica Bay Keepers.
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Experience and Performance
With nearly 50 years of combined commercial real estate experience and in excess of $2 Billion in transactional experience, Mr. Sackler and Mr. Bertram have acquired a keen sense of the fundamental factors affecting the underlying value of commercial real estate assets. By focusing their efforts on these factors, the partners have created substantial value for themselves, their partners and investors. To date Mr. Sackler and Mr. Bertram have returned approximately $50,000,000 to their partners and investors.
With an outstanding reputation for acquiring core and undervalued assets, Saber Realty Advisors strives to maximize asset value by establishing property specific strategies that extract maximum value.