SOURCE: JPB Real Estate Services

February 12, 2010 10:40 ET

JPB Real Estate Services Adds Susan Homberg to Its Brokerage Team

COLUMBIA, MD--(Marketwire - February 12, 2010) - JPB Real Estate Services ("JPBRES") is pleased to announce the addition of Susan Homberg as Vice President of the Real Estate Services group.

Ms. Homberg is a highly accomplished real estate executive with progressive experience in managing leasing activities for both tenants and landlords. Her background includes retail leasing for Jones Lang Lasalle in Washington and management of East Coast real estate operations for Merry Go Round Enterprises, Inc. Ms. Homberg is a graduate of Elon University.

"Sue brings tremendous experience to JPBRES and will help us expand our growing brokerage initiatives throughout the Baltimore-Washington region. We're excited to have her join our real estate services team," said Mike Kalinock, President of JPBRES.

JPBRES is one of a family of business service companies owned by JPB Enterprises, Inc.

About JPB Enterprises, Inc.

From business plan to exit plan, JPB Enterprises advises, counsels and supports families and entrepreneurs through the life-cycle and growth of an enterprise. Located in Columbia, Maryland and founded in 1995 by J.P. Bolduc, the former President and CEO of W.R. Grace & Co., JPBE provides both investment capital and advisory services to lower-middle market companies and real estate owners/developers in and throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast United States. Through its affiliated investment companies -- JPB Capital Partners and JPB Real Estate Partners -- JPBE provides equity capital for control investments in real estate and operating businesses. Through its affiliated service companies -- JPB Accounting Services, The HR Team and Stronghold Advisors -- JPBE provides outsourced accounting services, human resources services and mergers and acquisition advisory services. For additional information, visit

Contact Information

  • For more information:
    Mike Kalinock
    Vice President