Chairman / CEO
California Real Estate Broker, License # 00360008
Eugene J. Burger is
Founder of Eugene Burger Management Corporation, Rohnert Park, California, a
firm designated an Accredited Management Organization by the Institute of Real
Mr. Burger has served as National
President of the Institute of Real Estate Management and currently serves on
several committees of IREM including the Federal Housing Advisory Board, and Legislative and Public Policy Committee. He also serves on the IREM
Foundation Board of Directors.
He is a member of The Counselors of Real Estate as well as having served on the IREM National Faculty. Mr.
Burger is actively involved in local real estate industry groups. He served as
the 1974 President of the San Francisco Chapter of IREM, the 1981 IREM National President and is active
in the California Association of Realtors.
Mr. Burger has received two prestigious awards from the IREM Foundation. In 1982, he received the J. Wallace Paletou Award, which is presented to an individual
who has made significant contributions to the real estate management industry
or contributed to the betterment of society as a whole through the role of a
real estate manager. In 1996, he received the Lloyd D. Hanford Sr. Distinguished Faculty Award, which is
conferred to an IREM faculty member who has demonstrated exceptional commitment
to the advancement of professional education in the real estate management
Burger frequently serves as a court‑appointed receiver for various lending
institutions in California as well as preparing particular properties for sale
for the institutions. In addition, Mr. Burger has served as Special Master for
the U. S. District Court.
Mr. Burger's expertise and experience in real
estate extends over 40 years and covers a broad range of assignments.
Burger has developed several diverse property types including; the conversion of
a church to an office building, costing in excess of $2,150,000, a historical
rehabilitation of a YMCA to a residential hotel, costing in excess of $12
million and a self‑storage facility of 70,000 plus square feet and 650 units,
costing in excess of $2 million, and more recently, the conversion of a city library to office use in excess of $5 million.
In 2008, having owned the Carson Lanes Bowling Alley for several years, Mr. Burger decided to increase its attraction by adding new restaurants and activities, in excess of $8 million. You can learn more about Carson Lanes and its new business by visiting the Carson Lanes Website and the Wally's Pizza Website.