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James Devincenti | Colliers | San Francisco

James Devincenti

Executive Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

James Devincenti and his business partner Brad Lagomarsino lead a team of highly qualified professionals specializing in multi-family, mixed use and commercial investment sales and portfolio dispositions in San Francisco (and the Greater Bay Area). James and his business partner have sold over 650 apartment or commercial buildings, totaling over 13,650 units and valued at nearly $3.7 Billion Dollars.

Accomplishments

James was a Top 10 Agent nationwide 3 separate times while at Marcus & Millichap. James earned the prestigious "Chairman's Circle of Excellence" twice and the "Chairman's Club Award" five times. James gained membership to the firm's "Seven-Figure Club" in 1999 and the "Eight-Figure Club" in 2012. James has earned an impressive tally of 17 sales recognition awards.

During his first year at Colliers (2013), he and his business partner sold over $350M worth of real estate, and were the top Multifamily team in the country for Colliers.

Education

Montgomery College, Rockville, MD - Advertising Art Major

Memberships & Involvements

- Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, "Member, National Association of Realtors (NAR)"

Clients

"BlackRock, UBS, PCCP, CIM, Veritas, Mosser, Mehan, Prado Group

Testimonials

See website at www.thedlteam.com for clients testimonials and reference letters.

Services

Skills

Portfolios

Service Lines

Capital Markets

Property Type

Multifamily

Featured News

Sep 25, 2020

Colliers International Completes Oakland Multifamily Property Sale for $5.2M

Colliers International's San Francisco Multifamily Investment Services team recently represented the buyer and seller in the sale of a 13,889 square-foot, 16-unit multifamily property in Oakland's Piedmont Avenue shopping district.
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Aug 19, 2020

Well-Priced Multifamily Grabs Multiple Offers, Value-Add Office Finds Buyers

Despite a market where rents have declined 10% since the shelter in place orders went into effect and tech employees began working from home full time, the demand for apartment buildings in prime San Francisco neighborhoods has been strong.
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