Eric Amodio, CCIM Receives Hartford Business Journal 40Under40 Award

 
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Eric Amodio

Age: 31

Company: Amodio & Co Real Estate

Title: Managing Partner

No. of years with current company: 7

Town where I live: New Britain

Town where I work: New Britain

College: Bentley University

Highest degree: MBA real estate

Eric Amodio is managing partner of Amodio & Co Real Estate, a boutique commercial real estate brokerage serving Connecticut and Massachusetts. Amodio entered the business after receiving his degree in finance and MBA from Bentley University. He has experience in retail, office, multifamily and industrial sales and leasing and transacted business with clients including: Stanley Black & Decker, Goodwin College, The Hospital for Special Care, CT Bar Association and many others.

He has completed the prestigious Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation to bring further financial investment knowledge to his clients. In addition, Amodio operates a value-add portfolio of multifamily real estate.

What’s been the biggest professional accomplishment so far in your career?

Attaining my CCIM designation has been my most recent professional accomplishment. This not only required rigorous coursework, but also a robust portfolio of transacted commercial real estate deals.

How are you involved in the community?

Giving back to the community plays a continued role in my life. During college, I chartered and was president of the Habitat for Humanity Chapter. Most recently, I have become involved with CCARC, supporting their mission of helping those with disabilities. In addition, I am president of my condo complex’s homeowners association.

What do you like to do outside of work?

Outside of brokerage I enjoy traveling, camping and exploring new vineyards or breweries. Next on the bucket list: Northern Lights.

Give an example of a people-skills habit you adhere to in your work and daily life that you feel has helped you succeed.

Simple things like listening more than you speak and looking others in the eyes are key. Connecting with clients and colleagues through shared interests and experiences can have a deeper impact both personally and professionally.

What do you hope Greater Hartford will be like in 10 years?

In less than 10 years, I hope Greater Hartford has made real changes to become pro-business: cutting regulations, spending and taxes. The single goal should be to attract private-sector employment.

Four reasons why you deserve to be a 40 Under Forty:

• Winner of the 2016 & 2017 CCIM Connecticut Dealmaker awards for multifamily sales.

• Serve as education chair for CCIM Connecticut Chapter, organizing meaningful educational events and courses for commercial real estate professionals.

• Serve on the Greater Hartford Association of Realtors Commercial Alliance board advocating for positive changes to aid our profession.

• I approach every complex situation with a high level of integrity, work ethic and positivity.

Fun Fact

Avid classic car guy. Currently restoring a 1929 Ford Model A

 

Original Article: http://www.hartfordbusiness.com/article/20180802/PRINTEDITION/308029927