License # 375002
Having graduated with a Masters in Real Estate Management and Development, Sebastian began his real estate career in 2010, spending two years in Edinburgh U.K. where he trained and qualified as a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) the world's leading professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property, infrastructure and construction. In the United Kingdom his training involved rotations in the Brokerage, Property Management, Appraisal and Development departments giving him full exposure to the world of Real Estate. In 2012 he moved to New York City where he spent four years working in Landlord and Tenant representation across office, retail and industrial properties, before settling in Savannah at the beginning of 2017.
Sebastian’s career benefitted from exposure to a broad range of assignments and working with top brokers in New York City. Recent transactions include the sale of a an 100,000 SF mixed industrial portfolio in Sunset Park Brooklyn. The portfolio was divided up and sold to three different buyers, all closing within the same month allowing the funds to reassigned, through a 1031 exchange, into a Manhattan multi-family investment property. Other transactions include a 25,000 SF medical facility, numerous Manhattan Office deals, restaurant and retails leases and work on behalf of non-profit organizations.
With a broad experience across different market sectors, Sebastian specializes in the leasing and sales of commercial and industrial real estate, representing both Landlord and Tenant in the Savannah real estate market.
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) 2012
Heriot Watt University, UK: MA in Real Estate Management and Development
Baruch College, New York, NY: Certified in Finance
University of Manchester, UK: BA in Ancient History
Memberships & Involvements
Sebastian serves on the Live Oak Public Libraries Foundation Board, which seeks to raise funds to support Public Libraries and their reading programs in Chatham, Effingham and Liberty Counties. He is also a board member of the 13th Colony, the Historic Savannah Foundation’s Young Professional’s arm, which looks to cultivate the next generation of preservation-minded community leaders.