MacroReal Commercial, Inc, established in 2001, is one of most reputable full-service real estate firm in Southern California. Our mission is to provide highly professional service in order to help our clients to reach their real estate investment goals.
For the past 20 years, MacroReal Commercial, Inc, under the leadership of Grady Liu, has been deeply involved in serval hundred million volume in real estate transactions. To cater our client’s demand of investment service, subsidiary company, MIG Management, was formed and dedicated to diligent management oversight.
Ranked Top 3 Brokerage firm in all of Los Angeles by Costar Group.
Grady C. Liu
President and Founder
Grady has over twenty-two year of experience in the real estate development, brokerage and investment management industry. He has served in a broker role in the disposition and acquisition of serval hundred million of Multifamily, Industrial, Retail/Office and luxury Single Family assets in Southern California. In order to provide his clients a more entrepreneurial engagement and help his clients to succeed in real estate investment, Grady decided to establish MIG property management. With MIG management team and excellence asset management strategies, Grady has successfully maximized the value of the properties for his clients and meet their financial goals. Grady has established himself as the leader in multifamily area by creating value for clients through his extensive experience and efficient management methods.
Grady is also a licensed general building contractor, class B in California. Prior to founding MacroReal Commercial, Inc and MIG Management, Grady was tenured by a regional real estate development firm for 7 years. He was involved in the project of acquisition, development and management.
Master Degree of Business Administration in Finance and International Business
--Golden Gate University in San Francisco
Bachelor’s Degree in Business of Administration in Finance with Real Estate Concentration
--California State University, Fullerton
CPM, Great Los Angeles, Chapter 6