When you work with one of us, you get the best of all of us.
As members of the Kidder Mathews Multifamily Services group, our team is located in the firm’s downtown Seattle office. With Kidder Mathews’ growth up and down the West Coast, we now have even greater abilities to connect our clients to an expansive set of buyers and opportunities.
Kidder Mathews is the largest, independent commercial real estate firm on the West Coast, with 800 real estate professionals and staff in 22 offices in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona. The firm offers a complete range of brokerage, appraisal, property management, consulting, project and construction management, and debt equity finance services for all property types.
Dylan is a commercial real estate broker who specializes in helping investors buy, sell, and develop apartment buildings in Seattle and the Puget Sound region. He has brokered deals from $1 million to over $100 million, on buildings with as few as 5 units to complexes with more than 500.
Jerrid focuses on urban apartment and development land sales, and is the region’s micro-apartment expert. His entrepreneurial mindset and passion for marketing lead the innovation his clients have come to expect. Local and national investors continue to hire Jerrid and his team for their market-leading performance, holding numerous sales records throughout the region.
Alex provides debt financing services to our multifamily clients. He helps to source and facilitate financing for multifamily owners, investors and developers for use in acquisitions, developments and re-capitalizations. He has more than six years of experience in multifamily lending, with more than ten years of experience in commercial real estate.
Matt is an apartment broker specializing in 5-30 unit urban and suburban apartment sales, underwriting, valuations, and market research. Prior to joining Dylan and Jerrid, Matt worked for the city of Renton specializing in community and economic development where he helped develop components of the Renton Highlands revitalization plan.