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Ryan Imbrie, CCIM

2014, 2016, 2018, 2022

O: 503.208.9403
C: 503.705.7352
OR# 200402198 | WA #25658

Ryan Imbrie, CCIM is an accomplished commercial real estate broker with SVN Commercial Real Estate with a resume of investment transaction volume in excess of $500 million. As the Retail Product Council Chair for SVN International, Ryan works with clients nationwide to maximize the value of retail assets that he and his team market for sale. As a result of Ryan’s sales volume, he has been recognized nine times by SVN with their Partner’s Circle Award, President's Circle Award and Achiever awards. The awards that Ryan is most proud of is the CCIM Transaction of the Year – an award bestowed upon a broker who exemplifies creativity, professional skills, integrity and perseverance in a transaction. Ryan received this award in 2014, 2016 and 2018.

Ryan’s time is dedicated to specializing in the sale of single-tenant and multi-tenant retail properties. One active investor who has worked with Ryan’s team stated, “I have worked with no other brokers in the Northwest area who can match their skills.” Ryan’s financial acumen, creativity and transactional experience have made Ryan an invaluable asset to his clients.

Prior to his real estate career, Imbrie worked for Xerox Corporation as senior analyst. His position was in the Color Printing and Imaging Division where he was responsible for managing an annual budget of $160 million and representing the company as the financial liaison in local union negotiations. 

Ryan earned a bachelor's degree from Oregon State University. In the fall of 2011, Ryan earned the coveted Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from the CCIM Institute.

Fun Fact

Ryan has roots in Oregon dating back to the 1850’s.  He currently lives in Beaverton with his wife, Sarah, and three daughters—Brooke, Grace, and Paige. In his spare time Ryan enjoys woodworking, cycling and skiing.  However the majority of Ryan’s time outside the office is consumed by supporting his daughters in their competitive gymnastics and soccer teams.

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