Jason Spalding is an associate with CBRE. Mr. Spalding was an Asset Manager within the CBRE’s Global Corporate Services (GCS) division where he assisted the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) with the management and disposition of ORE assets taken over through the FDIC’s receivership of financial institutions. As part of the FDIC Account he took part in the management and marketing of over 4,400 REO assets with an estimated appraised value of over $3 billion. Over 1,400 of the REO assets were land or improved land. The respective properties were received from 147 financial institutions that covered 43 states and Puerto Rico.
In addition to his work with the FDIC, Mr. Spalding supported CBRE’s Land Service Group (LSG) with the disposition of 69,067 acres of land under multiple transactions throughout the State of Florida and managed the UCC Sale of a proposed 687 acre mixed-use, destination resort in Costa Rica. He also collaborated with CBRE Capital Market’s division in managing the valuation process for the sale of 148 loans nationally covering all asset classes.
Prior to joining CBRE, Mr. Spalding worked as a project engineer in the land development division of Lawson, Noble & Webb (acquired by ARCADIS) and as a real estate associate at a boutique commercial firm to pursue land acquisition opportunities for both regional and national residential developers within the Florida market. He also acted as a GIS consultant for over six years, assisting a number of commercial and residential land development companies across the state with site selection and investment opportunities.
Mr. Spalding attended the University of Florida, where he received a BS Degree in Civil Engineering. His background in civil engineering, land development, and GIS has lead to his involvement and participation in a number of organizations, including the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Florida Engineering Society (FES), the Geospatial Information & Technology Association (GITA), and the University of Florida Friends and Alumni of Real Estate association (UF-FARE).
- 1999 ASCE Young Civil Engineer of the Year (Palm Beach Branch)
- Successfully pursued Attorney General’s Opinion (AGO 2003-042) in September 2003 through the Open Government Mediation Program (www.myfloridalegal.com)
- University of Florida, Bachelor of Science; Civil Engineering, 1998
- Florida Engineer Intern Examination, 1997
- Atlantic Blue Group
- Centex Corporation
- Florida Power and Light
- Florida Land Partners
- Gables Residential
- Goldman, Sachs and Co.
- Lane Star Funds
- Lehman Brothers
- Mountain Real Estate Group
- Nestle Waters
- PNC Bank
- The Vestcor Companies
- TOUSA, Inc.
- Trammell Crow Company
- Varde Partners