About

Professional Summary

Hank Jenkins graduated from the University of San Diego and received his Bachelors in Economics in 2014. He now specializes in North County Office, Medical Office and Industrial Landlord and Tenant Representation. Hank has completed transactions in various markets in San Diego including Encinitas, Carlsbad, San Marcos, Vista, Sorrento Valley/Mesa and Escondido. He is an active member of the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce and NAIOP.

Hank is a driven researcher and loves to tour North San Diego County in search of new and exciting business prospects. Hank does not wait for the business to come to him, he actively seeks to make connections all over North County and to address the needs of the business people he meets along the way. Through his efforts, and through maintaining various market studies and executing door-to-door marketing campaigns, Hank has built a successful career in Tenant Representation, and has been able to service private owners fill vacancies within their buildings.

Education

University of San Diego

B.A. in Economics

Services

Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Types
Office
Featured Research
Apr 13, 2020
2020 Q1 Office San Diego Region Report
Office market faces uncertainty during global pandemic
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Jan 24, 2020
2019 Q4 Office San Diego Region
2019: Strongest year for office demand in five years
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Oct 14, 2019
2019 Q3 Office San Diego Region
Office demand remains steady in Q3
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Featured News
Dec 30, 2019
Colliers International Closes Back-to-Back Commercial Condo Sales in the Towers at Bressi Ranch
Two commercial condominiums in Carlsbad sell for a total value of $1,944,000
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May 10, 2019
Vista Office Complex Renovated For $1.5M
A real estate investment and development company based in Rancho Bernardo has spent $1.5 million renovating a Vista office complex.
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Feb 18, 2019
Special Report: An In-Demand Address
Despite the shrinking inventory of raw land, demand for North County property is going strong, with low vacancy rates for industrial and office property. The shift in North County real estate as the amount of vacant land shrinks is for developers to start looking at older buildings to renovate.
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