Power book: Oregon's top commercial real estate firms

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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Our ranking of Oregon's top commercial real estate firms ranked by number of licensed commercial agents in Oregon and SW Washington

RANKED BY NUMBER OF LICENSED COMMERCIAL AGENTS IN OREGON & SW WASHINGTON
RANK NAME ADDRESS / PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVE(S) OR/SW WASH COMM AGENTS / ANNUAL VOLUME % VOL SOLD / LEASED SPECIALTIES
1 NAI Norris Beggs & Simpson 121 S.W. Morrison St., Ste. 200
Portland 97204 503.223.7181
Chris Johnson, H. Roger Qualman 59
$368.5M
32% 
68%
Commercial brokerage: retail, office and industrial sales and leasing; apartment and land sales, etc.
2 CBRE 1300 S.W. Fifth Ave., Ste. 3000
Portland 97201 503.221.1900
Mike Wells 52
$2.3B
58% 
42%
Strategic advice and execution for property sales and leasing; corporate services; property, etc.
3 Kidder Mathews One S.W. Columbia St., Ste. 950
Portland 97258 503.221.9900
Jeffrey S. Lyon, Steven Klein 37
$311.6M
55% 
45%
Apartment, corporate services, forestland, industrial, investment, life science/technology, etc.

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