Jereme Snyder, a veteran retail investment advisor who played a key role in founding and organizing Colliers International’s NNN investment group and shaping it into one of the nation’s dominant retail platforms, has been promoted to the post of executive vice president of Retail Services for Greater Los Angeles, it was announced by Southwest Regional President Martin Pupil.

Snyder, who also sits on the board of directors of the global real estate firm’s national triple-net advisory board, has consistently been among the firm’s top retail brokers since he joined Colliers in 2008. During that time, he and his team have grown an investment sales track record of some 350 net leased retail properties sold with a total value in excess of $1.5 billion.  Snyder is well respected in the industry for achieving record values for his clients as evidenced by the recent sale of a Comerica Bank in Dallas for approximately $10,000 per building square foot.  Snyder also recently pushed cap rate values sub 4% on the recent sale of a McDonalds in California for a 3.54% cap rate.

“This is a well-earned promotion and comes at a pivotal time for our company as we continue to face the challenges of an unpredictable retail economy,” said Pupil, who was named president of the global commercial retail firm’s Southwest Region in April. “Not only has Snyder consistently achieved many sales milestones within the company for himself and his team, but he also has demonstrated a willingness to help shape one of the company’s most valuable segments by taking time to share his knowledge as a director of the company’s NNN group."

In 2009, Snyder was named the top retail broker in the United States for Colliers International. In the years 2010 through 2012, he achieved “top producer” status among the company’s retail brokers and, during those same years, he was inducted into the firm’s “Circle of Excellence.” Prior to joining Colliers International in 2008, Snyder was a retail advisor with the commercial brokerage firm of Sperry Van Ness, where he was one of that firm’s Top10 advisors nationwide.