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Sean Glickman

CCIM

Executive Managing Director, Retail Investments

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Professional Summary

Sean Glickman, CCIM is Managing Director of Retail Investment Sales at Colliers International Central Florida. Sean specializes in retail investment advisory serving many institutional and private shopping center owners throughout the south east region of the U.S. He offers his clients a fully integrated platform of services including financial analysis, valuation, investment sales, equity and debt placement and redevelopment.

Sean’s primary focus is on helping his clients create and grow their wealth through real estate investments by analyzing, recommending and implementing the strategy that maximizes their return on investment.

Sean has a global real estate investment and development background and is considered one of the foremost experts in shopping centers investments.
 

Accomplishments

Sean is personally responsible for over $600 Million in transactions since 2003

Prior to joining Colliers, he served as the Director of Retail Investment Advisory Group for a large commercial brokerage firm, where he was in the top 2 percent of brokers worldwide.

Some of Sean’s institutional clients include Kimco, Wells Fargo, Midland, C3, Rida Development, Casto, Pelloni Corp, AJC         Garfunkel, IMC, IMA, Vision Development, Polland Israel, Global Fund Investments and more.

Glickman is a graduate of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) University at the Wharton School of Business at  the University of Pennsylvania, a member of the National Retail Group and International Real Estate Council, ICSC, CCIM and FIABCI.
 

Education

- Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Nevada Las Vegas

- Graduate of the Shopping Center University at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

- CCIM
 

Services

Property Type

Retail

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