Clayton Perlman possesses years of experience as a real estate developer. Although he did take a break from his career from 1999 to 2004 to work at the New York Mercantile Exchange, most of Clayton Perlman’s work history has been in real estate development. In fact, it is a profession he learned about at a young age. Clayton Perlman is a second-generation real estate developer!
Today, Clayton Perlman develops single home and multi-family residences in Monmouth County, New Jersey. However, he has developed properties out of the state as well. Out of state projects include California and Nevada. As it was years ago, most of his projects are now again concentrated in New Jersey.
Clayton Perlman started his career as a real estate developer through the family company. From 1986 to 1989, Clayton Perlman worked for Perlman Properties and FICCA Perlman Developers. At Perlman Properties, Clayton Perlman worked as a superintendent and then in acquisitions. At FICCA Perlman Developers, Clayton Perlman built single-family homes.
Clayton Perlman spent 1990 to 1998, developing homes on the western side of the continental United States. He developed residential properties in California through Perlman Properties of California, LLC, from 1990 to 1995. From 1996 to 1998, Clayton Perlman developed residential properties in Wendover, Nevada and the Salt Lake City Area under Stonebridge Estates, LLC.
By 2005, Clayton Perlman was developing residential homes in New Jersey. As a real estate developer, Clayton Perlman has worked under multiple limited liability companies. Some of the companies he has worked through include: Laurel Woods Estates LLC, Perlman Properties LLC, and Paint Island Springs LLC. Clayton Perlman works for NHF, where he serves as the managing member of the company. His official title through the company is Director of Construction. Fortunately, with years of experience as a superintendent and in performing acquisitions for his family’s company, Clayton Perlman is more than capable of handling any number of construction management responsibilities.