President / DRE# 01332379 Jerry Henberger

Speaking as President for Agent Commercial,
“I am proud to lead this important division of Agent Inc., our founder, John McMonigle is changing the industry with superior technology platforms and industry-leading marketing tools. Agent COMMERCIAL’s vision is to become Commercial Real Estate’s global leader.”
Agent COMMERCIAL is designed to empower brokers and agents with state-of-the-art tools, ground breaking technology and a support structure to serve the specific goals of our clients. We are taking a direct road to becoming the leaders in office, medical, retail, industrial, manufacturing, distribution, mergers & acquisitions, and multi-family properties. As an example, our hospitality buyers and sellers of estate wineries, golf courses, hotels and restaurants will benefit from market research, marketing programs, financial resources, property management and professional real estate services.

Jerry has served as the Director of Development for Scripps Mercy Hospital, Chief Development Officer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County and as the Executive Director for the Parkinson’s Association. His contributions were recognized by San Diego Metro Magazine and was named one of the “Top Men Who Make a Difference”.

Jerry holds brokers licenses in real estate, financial services, insurance and investment fields.

  • Markets
    Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Riverside, Inland Empire
  • Specialties
    Multi-family, Data Centers, Industry and Logistics, Land & Development, Winery & Vineyards
  • Property Types
    Income, Owner/User, Landlord and Tenant, Development
Jerry Henberger

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123, Main Street,
Laguna Beach, CA, 92651


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It was a humorously perilous business for both of us. For, before we proceed further, it must be said that the monkey-rope was fast at both ends; fast to Queequeg's broad canvas belt, and fast to my narrow leather one. So that for better or for worse, we two, for the time, were wedded; and should poor Queequeg sink to rise no more.