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Kolbe Curtice

CLS

Managing Director & Principal | Fort Bend

License # 343848

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About

Professional Summary

Kolbe has been a licensed Texas real estate broker for more than 40 years. In 1997, he opened Curtice Commercial Real Estate in Sugar Land where the fast-paced growth in Fort Bend County propelled him into a broad spectrum of real estate solutions. Kolbe merged CCRE with Colliers in the Houston office in 2010. Over the last 15+ years Kolbe has played a significant roll in developing Sugar Land and the Fort Bend County market. Kolbe specializes in office and retail sales, leasing and development. Prior to opening Curtice Commercial Real Estate, Kolbe spent 11 years with Weingarten Realty Investors where he handled leasing/asset management for shopping centers in Southeast and Central Texas.

Kolbe was a founder and organizer of Founders Bank in Sugar Land in 2007 and served as director until the bank merged with Vista Bank in 2011.  He is also a founding member and past president of the Fort Bend Society of Commercial Realtors. Kolbe currently serves as an advisory director for the Fort Bend Business Journal.

Accomplishments

  • Colliers' Titan Award (2013 - 2018, 2020)
  • Colliers' Top 10 Producer (2013)
  • CRE Land Heavy Hitter Houston Business Journal (2014)
  • VP/Founding Board Member Fred and Mabel Parks Youth Ranch (Fort Bend Homeless Shelter for Youth)
  • Chairman Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce 2009
  • Past President Fort Bend Education Foundation
  • Founding Member & Past President  of the Fort Bend Society of Commercial Realtors
  • Past Board/VP First Colony Owners Association
  • Past Board Member Fort Bend LID 19
  • Founder &  Organizer of Founders Bank | Sugar Land (2007 - 2011)

Education

  • Real Estate Broker's License, Texas
  • CCIM Designation
  • Bachelor of Science  in Business, University of Houston

Memberships & Involvements

  • Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce
  • Fort Bend Economic Development Council
  • Fort Bend Society of Commercial Realtors

Testimonials

"We want to extend our sincere thanks to the entire Colliers International - Fort Bend office for doing an outstanding job in helping us relocate the Old Republic Title -- Sugar Land office.

Kolbe Curtice and his team know what "exceptional customer service" means in our industry. From lease negotiation to move in, Kolbe was there every step of the way.  He listened to our needs and provided assistance in working with our local construction company. The entire team at Colliers International - Fort Bend knows how to make any client feel like they are the only one. They know Fort Bend County like the back of their hand.  That is a pure example of outstanding service."

Suzanne Slavin, Old Republic Title - Fort Bend

Services

Skills

Area Development, Investment Properties, Land Marketing, Land Sales, Lease Advisory, Restaurants, Shopping Centres, Mixed-Use Properties

Service Lines

Capital Markets, Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Office, Retail, Land, Healthcare-Medical, Industrial

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