Kyle Schlichenmayer, CCIMReal Estate Broker 5 properties
In Kyle’s first two and a half years in the industry, he has successfully closed over 60 transactions and achieved the CCIM designation, an achievement attained by less than 10% of all commercial real estate agents and brokers nationally. A CCIM is a Certified Commercial Investment Member. For more than 50 years, the CCIM designation remains the gold standard for commercial real estate professionals. CCIMs complete a rigorous program of advanced coursework and training in financial and market analysis and demonstrate extensive experience in the commercial real estate industry. As a CCIM, Kyle has proven expertise in financial, market, user, and investment analysis and utilizes these to help his clients minimize risk, maximize return, optimize the value of real estate, make better-informed decisions, and develop a comprehensive commercial real estate strategy. When you’re looking to engage in any commercial real estate transaction – including buying, selling, leasing, financing, or even developing real estate – using a CCIM for your transaction is the best investment you’ll make. When you hire a CCIM, you’re hiring the most advanced, knowledgeable commercial real estate professional.
With a wide range of transaction experience in sales and leasing of office, retail, land, and industrial, Kyle has thoroughly enjoyed working with buyers and tenants looking to expand their businesses and their real estate portfolio. Notable transactions include representing buyers in the purchase of a 24,000 SF state-of-the-art warehouse and the purchase of an 8,000 sf bar/restaurant/casino. With an eye for detail and analysis, Kyle has worked with local banks to complete over 40 property evaluations, or broker’s opinion of value, on individual properties in the Billings market.
Outside of the office, Kyle volunteers his time as the chair of the University of Montana Alumni Association – Billings Chapter, as a basketball commissioner for the Big Sky State Games, and has previously held the role of co-chair for Billings Nextgen.