Loren Landau began his commercial real estate career when he joined Commonwealth Commercial Brokerage Company in 1998. Prior to coming to CCBC, Loren worked in the oil industry for Texaco. Following that he built and later sold a successful manufacturing business, The Bag Connection, with multiple plants throughout the U.S. He became the President of Commonwealth Real Estate Services shortly after joining CCBC. After helping direct the company toward prosperity and growth over three years, Loren rejoined the brokerage group. He still serves as the Chairman of CRES and managing broker. As a community owner and seasoned business professional, Loren brings well rounded knowledge to every transaction. He has an undergraduate degree from Western Washington University and Masters in Business from University of Oregon. During his free time, Loren is active in sports, exercise and in his church. Loren and his wife, Kathleen, have three boys and an ever increasing family (grandchildren) to keep their schedules filled.
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