Corey Waite

Corey Waite

Brokerage Senior Vice-President

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Professional Summary

Corey Waite leads a team of Colliers International professionals configured to deliver services needed by the financial services industry.  His clients include some of the largest banks and credit unions in the United States.  The team Corey leads delivers a broad scope of services financial services clients need including transaction management, project & construction management, lease administration and facility management.  His clients have Corey's team manage activities throughout the United States. 

Prior to Colliers International, Waite served as Senior Managing Director at CBRE where he was involved with some of the largest and most complex transactions in the company’s history. During his nearly 15-year tenure at CBRE, he worked with some of the company’s most important clients forming long-standing relationships, some of which exceeded a decade. The team Waite managed generated nearly $10 million in annual revenue, and was featured in the Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal and Southwest Airlines in-flight magazine, Spirit.

Additionally, Waite lead a team of Coldwell Banker Commercial professionals that focused on the unique needs of financial, real estate, banking, investment banking and credits union clients. This team had experience in headquarter sale and lease transactions, branch/remote office relocation & renegotiations and financial analysis specifically tailored to their clients’ needs. Many of these accounts are integrated including multiple business lines including transaction management, project management, lease administration, facility management & consulting. 

Accomplishments

·   Max Green Circle of Excellence Award - Collier International 2014
Benjamin Arthur Banker Educational Award – National Award Winner, Multiple Years

·   CBRE Colbert Coldwell Circle – Top 3% Globally, Multiple Years

·   Coldwell Banker Commercial Circle of Distinction – Top 2% Nationally, 2009-2012

·   CBRE President’s Teamwork Trophy - 1998

·   CBRE Rookie of the Year - 1993

Education

B.S. - Business Management, University of Arizona

Clients

California Credit Union, Citibank, BBCN Bank, Umpqua Bank, First Republic Bank, Eagle Community Bank, USC Credit Union

Services

Service Lines
Tenant Representation
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