Commercial Real Estate Services
We’ve got some news to share.
After 25 years of running his own firm, Craig Kinzer has partnered with CBRE. Craig has already begun working with CBRE but at the same time is advising current Kinzer Partners clients, brokers, and staff during a year-long transition period. Please contact him with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org 206.953.3333
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What We Do
At Kinzer Partners, we're particularly good at finding our way through large, complex real estate problems.
“We spend a lot of time on understanding our clients. What really makes them tick? We talk about what’s going on in their world. And eventually, we touch real estate.”
Craig Kinzer, Kinzer Partner
What Our Clients Are Saying
“In my opinion, Kinzer is the most trusted name in Seattle real estate.”
Richard Lancaster, Founder, CobWeb
“When you work with Kinzer on an assignment, you can be assured that you’re going to get the focus of the whole team.”
Mark Griffin, Former Real Estate Manager, Port of Seattle
“Quite simply, Kinzer redefines professionalism in the real estate industry.”
Scott Wyatt, Partner/Chairman, NBBJ
“Most real estate people are transaction-driven. Kinzer is relationship-driven. In this environment, when you meet someone who’s interested in the relationship as much as the transaction, that’s a rarity, an anomaly. It gets your attention.”
Howard Schultz, Former CEO, Starbucks
Most real estate projects have a few obvious options. At Kinzer, we uncover creative solutions and negotiation leverage that other brokers often fail to see.
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