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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Bob Sulentic, president and CEO of CBRE Group (CBG) , the property management company with shares that are up over 30% since Cramer last spoke with Sulentic on May 10. CBRE Group just posted a 12-cents-a-share earnings beat for the quarter.
Sulentic said that CBRE's strength stems from its well-timed acquisitions, its organic growth and its ability to follow customers around the globe. Whether a company needs to buy, sell, lease or manage a building, CBRE has the talent and capability to help. They help streamline operations and control costs.
Sulentic added that the U.K. and London markets in particular were stronger this year than last and real estate in New York City also continues to expand.
Cramer said that unlike owning a small sliver of a single building, investors looking to invest in real estate would do far better by owning CBRE. Sulentic said that their shareholders have the benefits of a well diversified portfolio of services and geographies.
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