Nick Rendino


Vice President | Central California

License #01431389

About

Professional Summary

Nick began his Real Estate career  in 2004 and worked for a local  home builder until 2007.  Commercial Real Estate had always been his passion so in late 2007,  Nick made the move and began his Commercial Real Estate career with CBRE Fresno and stayed with CBRE until the closing of the Fresno office  in 2013 and then moved to Colliers  International | Central California specializing in Retail Landlord/ Tenant representation,  Investment property acquisition ,  asset disposition  and ground up development.

Accomplishments

Happy to have successfully negotiated leases and sales transactions of real estate throughout California.

Services:

  • Brokerage: Landlord Representation
  • Investment Services / Capital Markets

Property Type:

  • Retail
  • Hotel
  • Land
  • Multifamily-Apartment

Skills:

  • Mixed-Use Properties

Clients:

Walmart, Sprint, Starbucks, Union Bank, US Postal Service, Dick's Sporting Goods, StrawHat Pizza

Education:

1985 Graduate of California State University, Fresno with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Arts/Advertising.

Memberships & Involvements:

Supporting Fresno State and the Bulldogs, golf and all watersports especially surfing and sailing. When not working, I'll be outside enjoying LIFE !!!

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