Patrick Hoffman has been a full time real estate professional in Michigan for 25 years.
During this time, Patrick has had the privilege of assisting hundreds of families and real estate investors with their real estate needs. Many of his clients are repeat customers and some have become good friends. He has significant experience in commercial as well as residential real estate.
• Residential Homes
• Vacant Land
• Investment Sale
Patrick J. Hoffman, CCIM, GRI 145 E. Chicago Blvd, Tecumseh MI 49286
248]342]4604 (C) • 517]424]4444 (O) • email@example.com
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Experienced Commercial Real Estate Broker
Leasing and Sales of Commercial Properties. Closed on
Machine Shop, Restaurants, Storage Facility, Vacant Land,
Mobile Home Parks, Apartment Buildings, Leased Office,
Industrial and Retail space.
Howard Hanna Commercial Division Tecumseh, MI | April, 2014
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE BROKER
In Charge of Heading up the commercial division for southern Michigan.
• Business Opportunities
• Vacant Land
• Investment Sales
Colliers International | Ann Arbor, Michigan | June 2012 – September 4, 2013
SALES & LEASING BROKER
Listing of commercial real estate and negotiating sales and lease contracts.
• Office Properties
• Industrial Properties
• Retail Properties.
• Raw Land Deals
Marcus & Millichap | Southfield, Michigan | October 1999 – May 2012
MOBILE HOME PARK BROKER
Listed and sold Mobile Home Parks throughout Michigan
• Closed on a $14 million dollar portfolio sale for sun Communities.
• Closed on 15 other multi million dollar transactions
• Closed on Vacant land and apartments
Preferred Carlson Commercial Division. Kalamazoo, Michigan | 1992 – 1999
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE BROKER
Daily activity included but not limited to Listing commercial real estate and negotiating sales and lease contracts.
• General Commercial
• Top Salesman Awards
AREA OF EXPERTISE
• Real Estate (Commercial Brokerage)
• Leasing Agent
• Finacial Analysis of Investment Properties
A CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) is a recognized expert in the commercial and investment
real estate industry. The CCIM lapel pin is earned after successfully completing a designation process that
ensures CCIMs are proficient not only in theory, but also in practice. This elite corps of CCIMs includes
brokers, leasing professionals, investment counselors, asset managers, appraisers, corporate real estate
executives, property managers, developers, institutional investors, commercial lenders, attorneys, bankers,
and other allied professionals.
A CCIM is part of a global commercial real estate network with members across North America and more than
30 countries. This professional network has enabled CCIM members to close thousands of transactions
annually, representing more than $200 billion in value. As a result, the experts who possess the CCIM
designation are an invaluable resource for commercial real estate owners, investors, and users.
CCIMs have completed a designation curriculum that covers essential CCIM skill sets including ethics, interest based
negotiation, financial analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis, and investment analysis for
commercial investment real estate. CCIMs have completed a portfolio demonstrating the depth of their
commercial real estate experience. Finally, they have demonstrated their proficiency in the CCIM skill sets by
successfully completing a comprehensive examination. Only then is a designation candidate awarded the
coveted CCIM pin, joining the ranks of highly skilled commercial and investment real estate experts.
More than 13,000 commercial real estate professionals have earned the designation. Currently, 3,000
professionals are pursuing their CCIM designation.
The Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) symbol is the mark of a real estate professional who has made the
commitment to provide a high level of professional services by securing a strong educational foundation.
Buying property is a complex and stressful task. In fact, it's often the biggest single investment you will make
in your lifetime. At the same time, real estate transactions have become increasingly complicated.
New technology, laws, procedures and the increasing sophistication of buyers and sellers requires real estate
practitioners to perform at an ever-increasing level of professionalism.
• Have pursued a course of study that represents the minimum common body of knowledge for
progressive real estate professionals.
• Have developed a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to navigate the current real estate climate—
no matter what its condition.
• Are recognized nationally.
• Act with professionalism and are committed to serving their clients and customers with the highest