View From The Top: Marilyn P. Nix of Marilyn P. Nix & Associates

The recovery of metro Detroit's commercial and industrial real estate markets is underway, but don't look for a rapid rebound, says Marilyn P. Nix, a former real estate executive with General Motors, and principal and broker of Marilyn P. Nix & Associates in Bloomfield Hills. Nix also covers her role as the 2011 president of CREW (Career Real Estate Women).


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