Guardian Acquires Executive Asset Management

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Guardian announced that it has acquired a controlling interest in Executive Asset Management (EAM), an Atlanta-based residential and commercial real estate management company. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Atlanta—Guardian announced that it has acquired a controlling interest in Executive Asset Management (EAM), an Atlanta-based residential and commercial real estate management company. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

EAM is a full-service residential and commercial portfolio management company specializing in disposition strategies, property management services and rental solutions for FDIC Loss Share assets.  Based in Alpharetta, Ga., EAM services clients nationwide and has been responsible for the disposition of over $2 billion since its inception.  The company will merge EAM with Guardian’s AssetAdvisor division, and continue to operate under the EAM name.

Robert Vacco will continue to serve as chief operating officer of EAM.

EAM’s senior management team has more than 20 years of experience in the property management industry, and a proven track record of developing and implementing strategic asset management plans that add significant value for customers.

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