Fred Sheats | Colliers International | Atlanta

Fred Sheats

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About

Professional Summary

Mr. Sheats grew up in Atlanta, and received business degrees from University of Georgia (Finance) and Georgia State University (Accounting). Before entering the real estate business in August, 1986, he gained business experience in corporate finance, banking, public accounting, and consulting. For three years he worked for KPMG Peat Marwick as
a consultant with a concentration on financial institutions. He is currently a Senior Vice President having been made a Principal of the Atlanta Office in 1995. Mr. Sheats served as a Board Member from 2000 to 2002.

Accomplishments

Having leased and brokered over 3,000,000 square feet of office space, Mr. Sheats has concluded several noteworthy real estate transactions including representing AT&T, Macy’s, Wachovia Securities and The Home Depot. Mr. Sheats’ additional professional accomplishments include:

• Top Producing Broker - Colliers International - Atlanta (2009, 2004, 1997, 1994)
• Phoenix Award - Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, 1999
• Colliers Professional Award - 2002
 

Education

Georgia State University
Bachelor of Business Administration
Accounting Major
1980

University of Georgia
Bachelor of Business Administration
Finance Major
1977

Memberships & Involvements

Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, Midtown Alliance

Clients

Macy's Inc., AT&T, Tensar Corporation, City of Dunwoody

Services

Service Lines
Tenant Representation
Property Types
Office
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