Justin J. Clark CCIM, SIOR

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Mr. Clark is a founding partner of Clark Gaines Properties and oversees the firm’s service business and business development.

Prior to co-founding Clark Gaines Properties, Mr. Clark served as Vice President of Brokerage Services in the Industrial division at Caldwell Companies. He specialized in the full range of both tenant and landlord representation services - including sales and purchase transactions, relocations, marketing and build-to-suit opportunities. With a strong and well-developed background in sales, Mr. Clark works with new and existing clients to identify ways to add to their bottom line and maximize their real estate transactions.

Prior to pursuing his career in commercial real estate, Mr. Clark worked in an alternate industry where he sharpened his marketing and sales skills with Bell and McCoy by calling on electrical distributors, contractors and engineers. The time Mr. Clark spent in this industry has given him a greater awareness of his clients’ real estate needs by understanding the operations of their business as he continues to exceed their expectations.

In 2020, Mr. Clark was named as Houston Business Journal Top 40 under 40. In 2013 and 2018, the Houston Business Journal named Mr. Clark one of Houston’s Top 20 Real Estate Brokers. He is a graduate of the 2011-2012 Leadership North Houston class and served as the President of the Alumni Association in which he is still actively involved as a board member. Mr. Clark also currently serves on the board of directors for the Intercontinental Chamber of Commerce and has been with the Intercontinental Chamber of Commerce since 2013. Mr. Clark earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), and he has also obtained the distinguished Society of Industrial and Office Realtors designation (SIOR) – a designation that only 2,900 practitioners hold worldwide. As a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Mr. Clark serves as the Chairman of the Gatekeeper Committee where he personally oversees and is responsible for over 1700 volunteers. Mr. Clark has been involved with the Rodeo since 2005. Mr. Clark is an active member of The Foundry Methodist Church on Fry Road.