Colliers International opens Charleston valuation office

Staff Report
Published July 23, 2013

Colliers International opened a Charleston office that will valuate commercial properties.

The Colliers Valuation & Advisory Services Group recently opened in the Lowcountry as part of this group’s expansion throughout the Southeast.

The group offers valuation of commercial properties with an emphasis on financial analysis of income-producing assets, including multifamily, hotel, office, industrial and retail properties, in addition to land and subdivision valuation.

“We believe that the Valuation & Advisory Services Group will be a strategic asset for investors and owners throughout South Carolina,” said Peter Fennelly, Colliers International South Carolina’s senior vice president, in a news release.

The group includes 25 appraisers in Atlanta, Charleston, Charlotte and Tampa, Fla., as well as more than 175 appraisers throughout the U.S.

Curtis S. McCall Jr. joins as the managing director of the Valuation & Advisory Services Group. McCall brings 25 years of real estate experience as an investor, owner, appraiser and developer. 

Charles A. Jones joins as senior valuation specialist of the group. He brings five years of commercial appraisal experience to the team and received his General Appraiser certification in 2011.

“The addition of Charleston and the team’s expertise in South Carolina and the coastal Carolina’s region is a very important component of our growth in the Southeast,” said Jerry Gisclair, the group’s regional managing director, in a news release.

“The area is strategic with the economic growth associated with the expanding port development and related manufacturing companies throughout the Carolinas,” Gisclair said.

Colliers International provides commercial real estate services with more than 13,500 professionals operating out of 62 countries. In South Carolina, Colliers International has approximately 130 professionals, including 55 real estate professionals. 

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