Erik is a Vice President at Kidder Mathews. He specializes in the sale of single and multi-tenant retail assets throughout the Pacific Northwest. Prior to joining Kidder Mathews, Erik worked in the Seattle office of Marcus & Millichap, where he earned several top selling agent awards and received the prestigious National Achievement Award in his first year. Since 2005, Erik has listed and sold single and multi-tenant commercial investment properties totaling over $320 million.
Erik partners with Mike King to form an investment brokerage team. The team provides advisory services to their clients with a focus on single tenant net leased investments (NNN) and retail shopping center investments. They deploy a comprehensive marketing program to assist sellers in realizing their disposition goals. They systematically broadcast exclusively listed properties to a national audience of potential investors and cooperating brokers. Their clients include high net worth individuals, institutional investors, and developers.
Erik graduated from Washington State University and received his B.A. degree in communications.
Erik and his wife Kristin have children ages 6 and 3. They live north of Seattle in Mukilteo, Washington. He and his family enjoy boating in the San Juans, spending time at the family cabin at Lake Chelan and ski trips to Whistler, BC. Erik’s hobbies include wine making, snowboarding, paddle boarding and travel.
You can reach Erik directly at 206-296-9628 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington State University, B.A. in Communications
- Member of the Commercial Brokers Association (CBA)
- Member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
- Licensed Washington State Real Estate Broker
- Member of WCAR
- Alzheimer’s Association
- JDRF Seattle Guild
- Kidstown International
- Bellingham Sea to Ski
- Net Lease Investment Properties
- Build-to-Suit Development
- Sale/Leaseback Transactions
- 1031 Exchanges
Erik has listed and sold single and multi-tenant commercial investment properties totaling over $320 million in consideration.