Clayton Perlman Develops Real Estate Under Multiple LLCs

One of the indicators that the economy has picked up is the increased purchase of real estate. Numbers are crunched according to how many homes were sold and how many of those homes were new homes. Real estate development grows and wanes with the economy and when there are many projects to manage at once, Clayton Perlman knows he can celebrate his success.

With the exception of a few years working in New York, Clayton Perlman has spent his professional career as a real estate developer. His particular area of expertise is in residential real estate. Clayton Perlman has built hundreds of single-family homes and multi-family residences. While he maintained a strong focus on projects in New Jersey, Clayton Perlman has developed residential real estate in California, Utah, and Nevada as well.

Throughout Clayton Perlman’s working career, he has worked under multiple companies. The earliest companies he worked under were Perlman Properties, LLC and FICCA Perlman Developers. He worked simultaneously for both companies from 1986 to 1989.

During the early 1990’s, Clayton Perlman began developing properties in California under Perlman Properties of California. In the late 1990s, he was developing in Nevada and Utah under Stonebridge Estates, LLC.

Clayton Perlman is accustomed to balancing projects under multiple companies. It was one of the first tasks he mastered when he began his career. Beginning in 2005, Clayton Perlman once again started development projects in New Jersey. His projects are concentrated in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Clayton Perlman develops under Paint Island Springs LLC, Perlman Properties LLC, and Laurel Woods LLC.

Clayton Perlman takes a strong leadership role in all the projects he oversees. He worked as a superintendent in the 1980s and then moved to acquisitions. At NHP Properties, Clayton Perlman works as Director of Construction. His responsibilities include analyzing each project, providing development strategies, and maximizing the use of land for maximum financial return.

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