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Mackenzie (Fry) Lampman is a Senior DSF Analyst with CBRE’s South Florida Debt & Structured Finance team based in Fort Lauderdale. The team provides debt advisory services to meet the financing needs of the full spectrum of commercial real estate investors from individual borrowers and middle market owners to large institutional entities.

Ms. Lampman assists with loan originations, prepares debt packages, market research, underwriting, valuation, loan closings, and other support functions needed by the team.

Since joining CBRE in 2016, she has closed in excess of $1 billion of debt placements across all asset classes, including multifamily, retail, office and industrial.

CBRE’s South Florida Debt & Structured Finance team utilizes a wide network and thinks outside of the box to provide different capital sources, including banks, life company lenders, CMBS lenders, private investors and other sources.

In addition to her role on the DSF team, Ms. Lampman leads the Fort Lauderdale chapter of the CBRE Women’s Network, whose mission is to advance the success of women. She was also accepted into and completed CBRE’s Empower Program for professional development of emerging leaders.


  • Bachelor of Science in Finance & Real Estate from Florida State University

Professional Affiliations

  • Licensed Sales Associate in the State of Florida
  • Member, International Council of Shopping Centers (ISCS)
  • Member, Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA)
  • Member, National Multi-Housing Council (NMHC)

Significant Transactions

  • Private
    Palm Beach, FL
    Multifamily - Agency
    $45 million
  • Institutional
    Homestead, FL
    Retail – Bank
    $44 million
  • Private
    Orlando, FL
    Multifamily – Life Co
    $38 million
  • Private
    Aventura, FL
    Office – Life Co
    $35 million
  • Institutional
    Coral Springs, FL
    Retail - Bank
    $26 million
  • Private
    Hialeah, FL
    Industrial – Debt Fund
    $6 million