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Colliers | South Carolina’s Ryan McCue obtains prestigious ALC designation

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Columbia, SC – Colliers | South Carolina is pleased to announce that Ryan McCue has obtained the prestigious Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation from the REALTORS® Land Institute, confirming him as one of the region’s most qualified experts to help clients with their timberland and recreational land real estate needs.

“By earning the ALC designation, Ryan continues to distinguish himself as a leader in the land, timber and recreational tract brokerage industry,” said David Lockwood, CCIM, SIOR, CRE, Executive Vice President and COO for Colliers |South Carolina. “We are very proud of all that Ryan is accomplishing in his field of expertise.”

The Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) Designation is the only land-specific designation backed by the National Association of REALTORS®. Brokers who wish to qualify for this designation must have a proven track record of transactional performance in land before undergoing a rigorous educational program that can take years to complete.

McCue is a Brokerage Associate focusing on the sale of large land tracts for development, recreational use and timber production. He is a Columbia native and a graduate of Clemson University.


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Ryan McCue

Senior Brokerage Associate

Columbia

As a Senior Brokerage Associate with Colliers | South Carolina and a member of the land and commercial brokerage team, my primary focus is on the sale of large land tracts for development, recreational use and timber production. I work with various groups of clients, from investors to tract builders and farmers and hunters. 

I pride myself on being someone who, once committed, sees tasks through to the end. Land sales can be notoriously complicated with many ups and downs, yet my clients know that I will advance their interests at every turn. It is this reliability that makes me indispensable to both investors and users. I take a keen interest in transitional land tracts that may be in the path of growth and are subject to an evolving higher and better use.

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