As President of Agent Commercial, Jerry Henberger is dedicated to offering the elite service, technology, experience, and results.
Since joining Agent Commercial, Jerry has introduced several proprietary tools to help facilitate success and growth including industry specific financial analysis programs, net operating income and budgeting pro formas, and superior offering memorandums. Jerry and his team at Agent Commercial also utilize comparable values for sellers, real estate investors, and owner-users.
Agent Commercial is built to empower investors, owners, brokers, and agents to achieve success with its high-impact marketing, state-of-the-art tools, groundbreaking technology, and innovative support structure.
Jerry also sits on the Board of Directors of Agentinc. International, the holding company for Agent Commercial and Agentinc.
Agentinc. International is currently generating over $1 billion in enterprise sales annually and has taken steps to become a publicly traded company by the 2nd quarter of 2022.
Jerry has been a licensed real estate broker since 2002 and is formally trained and/or previously licensed in lending, insurance, and the investment fields. Jerry has also held positions within several philanthropic organizations, including his roles as an executive for Scripps Mercy Hospital, the Chief Development Officer for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Orange County, and as the Executive Director for the Parkinson’s Association. San Diego Metro Magazine recognized Jerry’s philanthropic contributions and named him one of the “Top Men Who Make a Difference.”
Jerry works alongside John McMonigle, Founder of Agentinc. International, who has sold over $7 billion in real estate over the past 15 years. From 2004 through 2008, The Wall Street Journal named The McMonigle Team the “#1 Real Estate Team in the World.”
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