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George Vrame | Colliers | Sacramento

George Vrame

Associate Vice President

License # 02028936

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Professional Summary

As an Industrial Specialist with Colliers, I represent investors, owner-users, and tenants in the acquisition, disposition, and leasing of industrial real estate throughout the Greater Sacramento Region. Clients rely on me to synthesize current market trends and data which I then use to advise on their real estate strategies and deliver results. Born and raised in Sacramento, CA I have a strong ties to the region and enjoy being part of its industrial renaissance. 

After completing a successful collegiate rugby career at the University of California, Berkeley I returned to Sacramento, CA and started my career in the real estate industry. I am a lifelong student and dedicated to being on the cutting edge of real estate technology, information and practices in an effort to provide my clients with the best service possible.



Top 10 Producer, Sacramento 2022

CoStar Power Broker, 2022


Bachelor of Science in Environmental Economics & Policy, University of California, Berkeley

Memberships & Involvements

SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS)

ACRE (Association of Commercial Real Estate)



Schnitzer Properties

AKT Development

Buzz Oates

LBA  Realty 

Zenith IOS


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Capital Markets

Property Type

Industrial, Land

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Featured Research

Apr 12, 2023

2023 Q1 Sacramento Industrial Market Report

Sacramento’s industrial market is well positioned for another healthy year of activity. The regional warehouse/distribution vacancy rate fell toward its record low as tenant demand remains resilient despite ongoing economic uncertainty. The rising cost of capital has started to impact sales activity with decelerating volume, flattening prices, and rising cap rates.
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Oct 19, 2020

2020 Q3 Sacramento Industrial Market Report

Sacramento’s industrial market continues to shine through a disruptive year for commercial real estate. The industrial market vacancy rate declined 30 basis points quarter-over-quarter as tenant demand continues to increase. The market recorded the highest quarterly net absorption total in more than two years.
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