George grew up in beach communities in southern California. As a high school student, George lived for one year as an exchange student in Londrina, Brazil. He returned to California and attended USC. A semester in Madrid, Spain and travels in Europe further enhanced his International Relations and Spanish degree. After graduation he worked for Pepsi Cola as a sales associate until the call of the Peace Corps lured him to Guatemala. As a Peace Corps volunteer he worked with a forestry program and small business cooperatives. While there, George married another PC volunteer. They have two daughters who now keep him firmly grounded in the US. A family business opportunity brought him to Montana in 1999, where he managed Billings Brick & Masonry until the business sold. In 2004, George joined Coldwell Banker Commercial as a broker.
George enjoys life in Montana as an active community volunteer. He has served on The Amend Park Association board, Yellowstone Soccer Association Board and currently serves on the Library Foundation board. He is a member of the downtown Rotary club. George is a lifelong USC Trojan football fan and now cheers for the Gonzaga basketball team since his daughter insists he can’t cheer for USC in every sport.
George has completed numerous transactions in all facets of commercial real estate. Whether your needs are business sales or development, site acquisition or lease negotiation, George is an agent with strong analytical skills. He has a keen understanding of business and finance which makes him a value added realtor from the beginning to the close of any commercial sale. His clients range from large industrial warehouse owners to mixed use developers. Completed transactions include Fed Ex, O’Reilly Auto parts, Rent A Center, Ace Hardware, Century Link and Rooney Engineering. George became the managing partner of Coldwell Banker Commercial CBS in 2012.