As Vice President of Property Management Services, Liz Palmer is responsible for the oversight and delivery of Madison Marquette’s real estate services in Hawaii, including the provision of property management, construction management and leasing services to its investment clients.
Liz brings more than 34 years of experience in a broad spectrum of property-related disciplines encompassing property management, asset management, dispositions, acquisitions, and commercial and ground lease negotiations. Achievements at the property level include driving performance to deliver an Energy Star rating of 95, annual CEL “Best in the Industry” awards and the first LEED Gold Certification in the CBD market of Honolulu.
Liz joined Madison Marquette with the 2019 merger of PM Realty Group (PMRG). She joined PMRG in 2001, and was involved with the management, leasing and redevelopment of the real estate assets of a private trust and foundation. As a Real Estate Officer at major financial institution, she was responsible for the asset management of a portfolio of 300 assets worth over $68 million for private trusts and an internal real estate equity fund. Experience includes developing highest and best use scenarios, yield analysis, overseeing property management and leasing companies, ground lease negotiations, lease to fee conversions and numerous dispositions.
Liz received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley and holds a Real Estate Broker’s license in Hawaii. Taking an active role in industry organizations, Liz served as President of the CCIM Hawaii Chapter in 2008, President of BOMA Hawaii in 2003 and President of IREM Hawaii in 1996 and served 6 years on IREM National’s Governing Council. She was recognized by the CCIM Institute Hawaii Chapter as 2009 CCIM® of the Year and by the IREM Hawaii Chapter as CPM® of the Year in 2001. Liz has been a guest lecturer at several industry seminars and workshops.