Alex Musetti is a California native and vice president of Hughes Marino in Orange County. He has leveraged his business acumen and background in finance to passionately represent commercial tenants of office and industrial space throughout Southern California as a licensed broker. His clients range from small and medium-sized enterprises to large multi-national corporations.
Alex provides multi-disciplined real estate advisory services to his clients and offers them comprehensive and singular representation for a variety of real estate requirements. His extensive knowledge of the market combined with his experience and problem-solving skills make him a strong ally when representing tenants in lease negotiations, site selection analysis, investment acquisitions, financial modeling, and portfolio management.
Before joining Hughes Marino, Alex was a senior advisor at Cresa where he represented tenants of all sizes, and advised both tenants and investors on office and industrial acquisitions and lease transactions. Prior to that, Alex was a financial analyst at Grubb & Ellis where he was responsible for furnishing a range of financial models and analyses to the company’s diverse clients and senior brokers.
Alex earned his MBA with an emphasis in finance from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He completed his undergraduate studies at Saint Mary’s College of California in the Bay Area where he graduated cum laude with a B.S. in economics.
Alex lives in Newport Beach where he enjoys spending time with his family and staying involved with his alumni association. Alex has a natural affinity for experiencing new countries and cultures and spent much of his early life visiting new places and learning new languages.
- — Loyola Marymount University, MBA
- — Saint Mary’s College of California, B.S. in economics
- Professional Activities
- — California Department of Real Estate
— License #01881982
- Civic and Charitable Activities
- — LMU MBA Student Association Board — Executive Vice President, Finance
- — National Economic Honors Society