Barry Krupp

Barry has been specializing in apartment building brokerage since 1987, and has represented approximately a half billion dollars in transactions. He has represented transactions predominately in California, and has also represented transactions in Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas.


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Bio

Barry has been specializing in apartment building brokerage since 1987 and has represented approximately a half billion dollars in transactions. This consists of 4,407 multifamily units and approximately 200,000 square feet of commercial buildings. Bay Area multifamily represents the bulk of his transactional experience. He has also represented transactions in Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas.

Julie Gutzwiler of Bridge Partners described Barry as “the most strategic, analytical broker” she’s ever worked with. Barry has vast experience with ownership, management, and renovation of apartment buildings. This experience brings an enormous advantage to his clients during underwriting, contract negotiations and due diligence phase of a contract.

Background

In the early 1980s, Barry was studying physics at Stony Brook University. When he was 19, he left home and drove cross-country from New York to California.

Barry started working as an investment real estate agent with Bill Clarkson, a top Marcus agent in the ‘70s as his mentor. After 10 years, he joined Moison Investment Company as an agent and ultimately a broker associate. He worked in both the East Bay office and the South Bay office with Bill & Jerry Moison. Barry left Moison in 2008 to start Krupp & Company.

Humanitarian Efforts

Outside of business, Barry is involved with Rotary and the various projects it supports. He has travelled to Mexico and delivered wheelchairs with the Wheelchair Foundation. He sits on the board of Diving for a Cause, a non-profit that brings food and aid to under priveledged families in Mexico and South America. He has volunteered time and support for the California AIDS bicycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, and has contributed to the Boys and Girls Club.

In his leisure time he is a pilot, enjoys spear fishing, bicycle racing and surfing. He is a believer of balance in life and respects each person’s definition of success. His favorite leisure activity is spending time with his wife and 2-year-old daughter.