Senior Vice President, Principal
Hagan joined Colliers International Atlanta in January 2017 as a Vice President in the Capital Markets Group. He is responsible for procuring debt and equity for his clients’ commercial real estate investments.
After graduating from Washington & Lee in 2006, Hagan moved to Washington, DC and began his career with Cambridge Associates where he monitored the investment performance of assets in excess of $5 billion for approximately 25 public endowments. In 2007, he joined Walker & Dunlop’s Capital Markets Group in Bethesda, Maryland. In 2012, after securing his Masters in Real Estate at Johns Hopkins University, Hagan moved from Washington, DC to Atlanta to lead Walker & Dunlop’s Capital Markets Group’s efforts in that region. In his approximately 13 years at Walker & Dunlop and Colliers, Hagan has been involved in the origination and funding of more than 100 commercial real estate transactions exceeding more than $1 billion in volume.
Hagan specializes in commercial mortgage loan origination with an emphasis on debt and equity placement. His primary funding sources are insurance companies, commercial banks, debt funds, private equity and CMBS lenders. Multifamily assignments are often arranged with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA/HUD.
Representative transactions include properties within all phases of the real estate cycle from ground-up development and redevelopment projects as well as lease-up and fully stabilized properties across all major property types.
- Debt and/or equity placements in 16 states across the Eastern United States
- Involved in the origination and funding of more than 100 commercial real estate transactions exceeding $1 billion in aggregate volume.
Johns Hopkins University
Edward St. John Masters of Science in Real Estate (MSRE)
Washington & Lee University
Bachelor of Science
Business Administration and Accounting
Memberships & Involvements
- Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA)
- Strategic Alliance Mortgage (SAM)
Senior Vice President, Principal
Doug specializes in mortgage banking/brokerage with an emphasis on debt and equity placement. His primary funding sources are insurance companies, with commercial banks and securitized “conduit” lenders servicing as secondary sources. Multi-family assignments are most often arranged by Mr. Alexander through Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and FHA/HUD.
Doug has also been active in the investment sales arena through his active Georgia real estate license.
Doug joined Colliers International in Atlanta in 1994 as a member of its Capital Markets Group and is a former member of the firm’s Board of Directors.
From 1985 to 1994, Doug was a Vice President with First Fidelity Mortgage Corporation of Atlanta. While with this commercial real estate financial services company, he originated and/or placed in excess of $500 million of mortgage loans, primarily with life insurance companies and pension funds. Doug played an instrumental role in establishing new correspondent lender relationships for the firm. His experience included a range of income-producing properties, with a particular emphasis on retail and single-tenant, credit-oriented transactions.
Doug began his real estate career in 1979 with Gordon H. Kolb Developments, Inc. of New Orleans. In his capacity as Vice President of this neighborhood shopping center development, leasing and management firm, he actively participated in all aspects of the development process.
Senior Vice President, Principal
Hank Hall is a Senior Vice President with Colliers International and former Service Group Leader of the Capital Markets Group in the Atlanta office. Providing capital solutions to real estate developers and investors, Mr. Hall has experience in arranging debt and equity financing for office, industrial, multifamily, retail, and hotels properties in the Southeast.
Mr. Hall has 31 years of real estate capital markets transaction experience. Total production is $2.58 billion. Previous work experience includes employment as Assistant General Counsel for The Portman Companies.
Forrest specializes in mortgage banking/brokerage with an emphasis on debt and equity placement. His primary funding sources are insurance companies, with commercial banks, credit unions and securitized "conduit" lenders servicing as secondary sources. Multi-family assignments are most often arranged with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and FHA/HUD.
Forrest has also been active in the investment sales arena via his active Georgia real estate license.
Forrest enthusiastically joined Colliers International in Atlanta in 1999 as a Vice President in the Capital Markets Group where he is responsible for mortgage origination and investment sales for the company’s life insurance company, conduit, and owner clients.
Forrest moved to Atlanta in 1988 after graduating from Vanderbilt University, accepting an offer at Bank South, where he worked in several positions over a three-year tenure. Forrest focused his career on commercial real estate beginning in 1991 when he returned to Vanderbilt, enrolling in the Owen Graduate School of Management concentrating in finance. While at Owen, he gained commercial mortgage banking experience at the Nashville-based commercial real estate firm of Dobson & Johnson, Inc.
Upon completing the Owen MBA program, Forrest returned to Atlanta to work for six years in commercial mortgage loan production with Wilson & Nolan Southeast, Inc. During his employment there, Mr. Speed’s production volume exceeded $150 million spanning a variety of property types including office, industrial, apartment, retail, and hotel.
Pope joined Colliers International in 2018 as a financial analyst with the Capital Markets Group – Debt & Equity Finance team. As an analyst, Pope specializes in the underwriting of commercial real estate debt across all asset classes. While at Colliers, Pope has assisted in the production of more than $750 million of commercial debt transactions. Prior to joining Colliers, Pope was an intern at Eastdil Secured in Atlanta. Pope graduated from Washington and Lee University where he majored in American History and Business Administration.
Client Services Coordinator
Upon graduating from the University of Georgia, Somer started her career in real estate as a leasing consultant for Mid-America Apartments. She assisted with several properties in the Atlanta area by developing strong relationships in order to maintain current residents as well as to lease apartments to prospective residents. However, Somer decided to move her career to the corporate world and join the Capital Markets team at Colliers International.