Vice President Investments
Director - National Hospitality Group
(773) 331-5340
(630) 570-2177
(630) 570-2210
ONE MID AMERICA PLAZA SUITE #200
OAKBROOK TERRACE , IL 60181
United States
Illinois US
IL 475.166215

Ebrahim Valliani is an investment advisor with a proven track record in dispositions of hospitality assets in Illinois and neighboring areas. Ebrahim is Vice President of Investments for the firm’s National Hospitality Group and his primary role includes client advisement, business development, effective marketing and sale of an asset, and completion of a transaction from start to finish.

Ebrahim Valliani is well versed in the realm of hotels, understanding the perspective of an owner and prospective buyer. This allows him to look at the asset from both sides and come up with a game plan for each individual client, which is unique to his or her own financial and lifestyle goals. Ebrahim brings a broad range of experience in the field of hotels including operations, development, rebranding, investment and sales.

Since joining Marcus and Millichap in July of 2015, Ebrahim has been directly responsible for closing 55 hotel transactions for around $250MM throughout the United States. In 2019, Ebrahim was among the Top 10 Investment Sales Specialists in Chicago and also Top 10 within the firm’s National Hospitality Group.

Prior to joining Marcus & Millichap and their National Hospitality Group, Ebrahim Valliani worked with two national hotel brands throughout Texas and Illinois, in various departments, including Rooms, Food and Beverage, Sales, and Management. His career spans over 20 years in the hospitality and restaurant industry, including the founding of a Consulting firm where Ebrahim Valliani advised small business owners in understanding and entering the hotel industry, allowing them to diversify their portfolio mainly from the C-Store and Restaurant Franchise sectors. Ebrahim was born in Chicago, IL and spent time in Seattle, WA, Los Angeles, CA and Dallas, TX before eventually moving back home to his hometown of Chicago in 2004.