Leading the Market in Nashville Multifamily Property Advisory
Senior Vice President
Patrick Inglis leads the Office and Multifamily Capital Markets practice in Nashville, and specializes in investment property dispositions, development advisory, and equity assignments. Previously, Patrick spent 12 years at JLL where he was involved in sale transactions totaling over $3.8 billion in gross proceeds. Patrick most recently co-led the Los Angeles Multifamily Capital Markets practice of JLL, after spending the initial 10 years of his JLL tenure focused on office sales and recapitalization assignments in Los Angeles and other select national markets.
Prior to joining JLL, Patrick was a Senior Supervising Auditor in Ernst & Young’s Real Estate Practice Group, where he specialized in the audit of various domestic and international real estate companies including Westfield America, Inc., Lowe Enterprises, D.R. Horton and Arden Realty Inc., among others.
After graduating from Sewanee, I started as a Business Development Coordinator for Capacity Commercial Group, a commercial and industrial real estate brokerage firm, a Sales Associate at Masterplans, a business plan writing firm, and as the Varsity Boys Head Lacrosse Coach at Riverdale High School in Portland, OR. After a year, I became an Associate Broker at Capacity Commercial Group working in the office tenant rep. realm.
Taylor Irwin co-manages the Tennessee-based Colliers' Multifamily Advisory Group. Taylor joined Colliers in summer 2018 to partner with John Ashley. Irwin and Ashley are focused on serving existing clients and expanding the Colliers footprint across the Southeastern US. Part of the East Region Multifamily Advisory Group, their team has sold more than 78,000 units and transacted over $7.8 billion, crediting their unparalleled work ethic, market knowledge, and client-centric approach. Their areas of expertise include:
- 1031 Exchanges
- Site Selection
- Refi/Sell Comparisons
Taylor previously led community development and was a key fundraiser for New Hope Academy, a private school in Franklin that reserves 50% of its seats for low-income scholarship students. Prior to joining New Hope, Taylor worked for 7 years as an investment advisor - he worked with many of his firm's high-net-worth and real estate-adjacent clients, aiding in the analysis of financials and market data to determine acquisition or disposition valuations for commercial/multifamily assets.
A lifelong Nashville native and a graduate of Sewanee: The University of the South, Taylor has served on the board of Williamson County CASA since 2014 and acted for 3 years as treasurer of Next Gen | The Heritage Foundation. He remains engaged with New Hope Academy, where he now leads the student mentoring program in a volunteer capacity. Taylor is also a former collegiate baseball player and golfer and continues to enjoy competitive golf in his spare time.