Background & Experience
Chad is dedicated to helping his clients make intelligent real estate decisions. With a pulse on current and relevant market information, Chad has written over 150 unique articles and has been published in Forbes, Western Investor and Real Estate Magazine. Chad has also been featured on Global News and 630 CHED. Chad has been a top 15 producer Canada-wide with NAI since 2013.
An active volunteer in the real estate and business community, Chad has previously served as Chair and board member of the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA), board member of NAIOP Edmonton, President of the South Edmonton Business Association and member of the City of Edmonton Strathcona Junction Advisory Committee. Chad currently sits on the University of Alberta's Practice of Commercial Real Estate Course Advisory Committee.
Chad holds a Diploma in Urban Land Economics from UBC, a Master Certificate in Supply Chain Management from MSU, and the highly coveted SIOR and CCIM designations. Chad also earned his bachelor's degree and a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from Thompson Rivers University.
Chad is a partner with NAI Commercial Real Estate and can be reached at (780) 436-7410 or email@example.com.
CCIM Institute, University of British Columbia, Thompson Rivers University, Michigan State University
Professional Associations & Designations
Member of the University of Alberta's Practice of Commercial Real Estate Course Advisory Committee
Past Board Member of NAIOP Edmonton
Past Board Member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Prairies Chapter
Past Member of RECA's Governance Committee
Past Member of RECA's Finance & Audit Committee
Past Chair of the Real Estate Council of Alberta
Past Chair of RECA's Commercial Real Estate Advisory Committee
Member of the Realtor's Association of Edmonton's Commercial Division
Member of NAI Industrial Council
Past President of the South Edmonton Business Association
Past Area Governor for Toastmasters International
Past Regional Director for the Canadian Commercial Council