Sean Fulp

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Sean

Sean Fulp

Vice Chairman

310-407-6596

sean.fulp@nmrk.com

1875 Century Park East, 1380
Los Angeles, CA 90067

CA RE Lic. #01389064

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Sean Fulp

Sean is based in Los Angeles and leads the Newmark Private Capital Group, which focuses on selling small and mid-sized office, industrial, medical and multifamily properties throughout the Western U.S. Throughout his career, Sean has completed over 500 transactions worth more than $6 billion in total consideration.

In 2017, 2018 and 2021, he received Chairman’s Circle 100 distinction, which is awarded to the Top 100 Producers across Newmark nationally. In 2021, Sean and his team facilitated 60 transactions and $1.2 billion in total consideration spanning various product types and markets.

‚ÄčPreviously, Mr. Fulp worked at Rockwood Real Estate Advisors where he was Managing Director and Head of Western U.S. Investment Sales. In this role, he built the company’s western U.S. practice and sold assets in all product type categories throughout major western markets such as Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Denver.

Prior to joining Rockwood, Mr. Fulp was a Managing Director of Cornish & Carey Commercial (acquired by Newmark in 2014) in San Francisco where he focused on institutional office and industrial sales. Between 2010 and 2012 alone, he completed more than $1 billion in transaction volume. From 2004 to 2009, Mr. Fulp was with Cornish & Carey Commercial in Sacramento, where he consistently ranked among the entire company’s Top 20 producers.

Mr. Fulp has received industry designations from the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) and CCIM Institute, and is a member of the NAIOP, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and Urban Land Institute (ULI).

Mr. Fulp earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing from California State University, Sacramento. He is also a graduate of the Sacramento Entrepreneurship Academy. During this time, he was also the starting scrumhalf for the 2000 Collegiate Division II National Rugby Champions.

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