David Josker is the Managing Director of the Los Angeles North Region for CBRE, Inc., the global leader in real estate services.
Mr. Josker is responsible for the strategic direction and performance of over 70 sales professionals throughout Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. His team comprises all CBRE lines of business including leasing, sales, property management, debt and structured finance, project management, valuation and consulting, with an acute focus on excellent service delivery.
Mr. Josker emphasizes innovation and world class service as differentiators to his professionals. He successfully relocated the Los Angeles North headquarters into CBRE’s first adaptive reuse, known as The Masonic Temple, a 90yr old iconic building in Glendale, Ca. In partnership with CBRE’s Workplace Strategy group, The Masonic Temple implemented a paperless and free addressing workplace, and also introduced the office industry’s first “concierge service”.
In his prior role, Mr. Josker was CBRE’s Managing Director of Asset Services for Greater Los Angeles, where he oversaw more than 90 million square feet under management and was responsible for leading more than 225 professionals.
Prior to joining CBRE in Los Angeles, Mr. Josker held a leadership role in the CBRE Phoenix office, where he successfully tripled the size of the Asset Services line of business. Prior to that, he served as a Vice President Operations for Caruso Affiliated Holdings where he was responsible for executive level supervision of the Los Angeles Region.
Mr. Josker is also a veteran, having served in the Infantry in the United States Marines Corps.
Professional Affiliations / Accreditations
- California Real Estate License
- Board Member of VICA (Valley Industry & Commerce Association)
- Pat Tillman Foundation Mentor
- 2015 CBRE President’s Award – GLA/OC Executive Management Team
- 2012 Turnaround Award, presented for the largest Year over Year increase in Revenue.
- 2012 Asset Services Big Win – Largest Portfolio Win Nationally
- 2009 CBRE Phoenix - Team Leader of the Year
- Western Washington University, Bachelor of Arts; Sociology/Criminology