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5 QUESTIONS WITH Cameron Chang

Carolyn Sidor • 10/12/2020
“5 Questions” is our way of turning the spotlight on our unbelievably talented and accomplished employees in the Boston office who make stellar contributions both at work and on their own time. We look forward to sharing a different member of our team’s talent with the community each month.

Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Cameron worked in residential real estate sales during his undergrad with Sotheby’s for five years. During his tenure there, coworkers spoke about commercial real estate and the more he learned, the stronger his interest grew. After graduating college, he started interviewing and found his way to C&W!

Cameron took the time to tell us about his current role, thoughts on the future of CRE and his favorite place to grab a taco. Thanks, Cameron!

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  1. What do you like most about your job?
    Coming from a strong residential real estate background and being new to the commercial real estate world, I enjoy continuing to learn more and more about this field and how it is evolving with my current position. Best of worlds!

  2. When you’re not working, where are you and what are you doing?
    Outside of work I like to go for evening runs in South Boston. I also enjoy playing some Bach on my violin and practicing photography.

  3. What does CRE in Boston look like five years from now?
    Although real estate has always been a rapidly evolving landscape, especially due to technology and now COVID-19, I see CRE having a strong opportunity to grow with embracing the new technology currently available.

  4. What’s the professional accomplishment you’re most proud of?

    My top achievement is really the satisfaction of my colleagues and clients. Personally, knowing that my efforts are recognized by others is what makes me proud of myself and it is the greatest satisfaction for me.

  5. If you’re going out to dinner in Boston, where are you going?
    Bartaco is currently my favorite spot!

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