Professional Experience

Associated Office

Location

4301 La Jolla Village Drive,
Suite 3000,
San Diego, CA, 92122

Dylan Marschall is a Senior Associate with CBRE’s National Land, Agribusiness and Natural Resources practice. He brings over ten years’ experience in analytics, marketing, and advisory. His current role includes property and market research, due diligence support, listing management, property marketing, transaction services and client relationship management. He currently manages assignments and general operations for the national practice  based in San Diego.

Prior to joining CBRE, Dylan was an advanced researcher, analyst and consultation and valuation support for the Valuation & Advisory Group specializing in Agribusiness, Land and Natural Resources at Cushman & Wakefield, Western Inc. He was responsible for consultation, advisory and appraisal assignments, including large land holdings, production agriculture, dairies, row crops, tree crops, nurseries, transitional land including water rights and water litigation. In the energy sector, assignments also included wind and solar properties. These assignments were located in the Western States although select properties were located throughout the continental United States and Mexico.

Previously, Dylan was a real estate analyst at The Doré Group, a prominent San Diego based firm specializing in complex properties, right-of-way and litigation support. He specialized in valuation and consulting for complex assignments, including highest and best use issues, tax appeal, litigation support and traditional valuation.

Mr. Marschall is currently an associate member of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers and an active member of NAIOP where he is enrolled in the Developing Leaders program. He was past president of the Real Estate Association at California State University Fullerton, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Finance with an emphasis on real estate from the prestigious Mihaylo School of Business and Economics.