Omnia Real Estate Services Announces Max Kim as New President

August 05, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
August 5, 2014 - Los Angeles, Calif. Omnia, a California-based real estate services firm, announced Monday the appointment of Max Kim as Omnia's president and member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Kim brings more than 15 years of relevant and successful industry experience to his new role.

"We whole-heartedly welcome Max's vast experience and strong leadership to the Omnia family," said a senior company representative. "In his new role, Max will combine 15 years of comprehensive entrepreneurial real estate experience with the strong company values for which Omnia is known, helping us manage our healthy growth while increasing profitability."

Omnia serves the needs of a diverse number of financial and real estate holdings-related institutions by offering a comprehensive suite of outsourced Commercial and Residential real estate services, which include asset management and disposition, property inspection, property valuation and other investment-related services.

Mr. Kim has hands-on experience launching, managing and growing a variety of businesses. A self-made millionaire by age 20, he is a successful finance-related entrepreneur with a background in commercial and residential real estate, overseas investment, hospitality, technology, governmental commerce and M&A. Earlier in his career, Mr. Kim co-founded a real estate investment firm, Silverstone Holdings, LLC., targeting emerging markets. Later, he helmed a nationwide asset management company providing services to financial institutions. Throughout, Mr. Kim has held his real estate broker's license and has successfully placed significant overseas investment in onshore holdings.

Mr. Kim is a graduate of the University California, Irvine.

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