Charlie Kleier | Colliers International | Vancouver, WA

Charlie Kleier

CCIM

Senior Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Charlie Kleier has more than 30 years of experience in investment and commercial real estate. Charlie was a partner in NAI Norris Beggs & Simpson prior to the subsequent sale to Colliers International. He has worked out of the Vancouver/SW Washington office since 1989, after starting his career as a commercial real estate appraiser.  He is recognized as selling more real estate in this market than any other broker to date.

Accomplishments

  • Charlie has served two, three-year terms on the Board of Directors for the Commercial Association of Brokers - Oregon/SW Washington (CAB)

  • Multiple year recipient of the Top 5 Broker of the Year for NAI Norris Beggs & Simpson

  • Vancouver Business Journal’s 40 under 40

Prior to joining Colliers International, Charlie was a partner and producing broker with NAI Norris Beggs & Simpson in charge of the Vancouver brokerage production.

Charlie began his real estate career as a commercial real estate appraiser for P.G.P. Valuation (now known as Colliers International) where he specialized in the appraisal of investment properties.

Charlie received his CCIM designation in 1992.

Education

Willamette University,
Bachelor’s degree,
Business/Economics

Memberships & Involvements

Certified Commercial Investment Manager (CCIM), Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute (CIREI), Commercial Association of Brokers of Oregon and SW Washington (CAB)

Services

Service Lines
Capital Markets, Landlord Representation
Property Types
Office, Industrial
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