Mr. Paszyc joined CBRE | The Boulos Company in 2005. He has with extensive knowledge of the Maine commercial real estate market and business community, along with a strong track record in business, governmental affairs and real estate. His areas of expertise include investment sales, disposition of distressed assets, tenant/buyer representation and development site location and disposition.
Mr. Paszyc holds the prestigious CCIM designation which is attained by fewer than 6% of commercial real estate professionals in the country. The CCIM designation is awarded upon successful completion of an advanced analytical curriculum and presentation of a portfolio of qualifying industry experience. The curriculum addresses financial analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis and investment analysis – the cornerstones of commercial investment real estate. CCIMs are recognized experts in commercial real estate brokerage, leasing, asset management, valuation, and investment analysis.
Mr. Paszyc also holds the esteemed SIOR designation. He completed the rigorous training and certification which ensures professionals of the highest quality in their ranks. The SIOR designation is a professional symbol of the highest level of knowledge, production and ethics in the real estate industry. There are currently only 2,800± industrial and office brokers and agents world-wide who have met the stringent qualifications to earn the SIOR designation. Ongoing education ensures they remain on the cutting edge of industry, professional and technological practices. They are market-tested, ethically driven and highly respected in the industry.
Prior to joining CBRE | The Boulos Company, Mr. Paszyc spent five years as Director of Planning & Development for the City of Gardiner, Maine. He spearheaded successful efforts in downtown revitalization and business development. Chris is a graduate of the University of Maine and holds a BA (1997) and MPA (2002). He served in the US Marine Corps Infantry (Reserve) and as Town Manager for two Maine municipalities.
Mr. Paszyc resides in Portland with his wife and two daughters. He also volunteers his time as a director of the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce, and coaching sports.