Jim joined CBRE|Raleigh in 2013 and specializes in marketing investment properties as well as handling building dispositions and acquisitions. During his career, he has completed more than $400 million in sales transaction volume and has been responsible for sales of several notable office portfolios in the Triangle. In addition to providing guidance throughout the sale process, he offers clients property and market evaluations, strategic marketing plans, preparation and maintenance of due diligence materials, abstraction of offers, contract negotiation and assistance in closing transactions.
Jim has handled dispositions for Highwoods Properties, Eli Lilly, Duke Realty, Ziff Properties, Lennar Partners and CAPROC Advisors. Jim specializes in office, retail and industrial sales.
Originally from Raleigh, Jim has extensive market knowledge and local relationships, which he leverages for the benefit of his clients. Jim is actively involved in the community as a board member of The Miracle League of the Triangle, past president of the VIII Oaks of Raleigh, and on the Facilities Board of the YMCA of the Triangle. He is also an Advisory Board Member of the Wake Forest Young Alumni of the Triangle.
- Licensed Real Estate Broker - North Carolina
- Member, Triangle Commercial Association of Realtors® (TCAR) Million Dollar Sales Club, 2012, 2010, 2008, 2007, 2006 Triangle
- Commercial Association of Realtors (TCAR)
- Top Building Sale of the Year, First Place, 2005 TCAR Frontier Awards
- Top Building Sale of the year, Third Place, Triangle Business Journal’s 2004 Space Awards
- Wake Forest University – Bachelor of Science, Honors
- CCIM Candidate
Lennar Partners, One Bank of America Plaza; $47.1 million
USCO Logistics, 2525-2532 Whilden Avenue; $20 million
Duke Realty, Gateway Centre One & Two; $17 million
Highwoods Properties, Highwoods Office Portfolio; $34.2 million
DIC Properties, Reichhold Building; $34 million
Highwoods Properties, Highwoods Office Portfolio; $30.8 million
Eli Lilly & Co., 20 T.W. Alexander Drive; $30 million