CBRE announced that Brendan Redeyoff has achieved the SIOR industrial designation awarded by the Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS®. SIOR is a Washington, DC-based international professional organization of more than 3,200 commercial real estate professionals who have earned the coveted SIOR designation.
To achieve the SIOR designation, Mr. Redeyoff completed at least five years of creditable experience in the highly specialized field of industrial real estate; met stringent education requirements; and demonstrated professional ability, competency, ethical conduct, and personal integrity.
“I am proud to have achieved the prestigious SIOR designation,” said Mr. Redeyoff, SIOR, a First Vice President at CBRE. “The industrial port market of Charleston has continued in an impressive upward trend in the first half of 2021. With the demand for space at all-time high, my team’s unique expertise will continue to serve the needs of our industrial clients throughout the Southeast and the South Carolina Ports.”
Individuals who hold the SIOR designation are top producers in the commercial real estate field and are represented in more than 685 cities in 36 countries around the world. SIOR enforces a strict code of ethics and required designees to complete its ethics course within their first three years of membership.
“We are thrilled that Brendan has earned the SIOR designation, an organization whose members make up the top industrial and office brokers globally,” said Steve Smith, a Manager Director at CBRE. “Brendan exemplifies hard work and market knowledge, which delivers great outcomes for his clients.”
Mr. Redeyoff is a First Vice President at CBRE specializing in port-related industrial real estate. He works closely with his CBRE teammates, Bob Barrineau and Tim Raber, handling industrial real estate transactions throughout the port market of South Carolina in Charleston. They represent clients throughout the Southeast U.S. in the sales and leases of industrial buildings, site acquisitions, build-to-suits, tenant representation, and industrial investment sales. In the last five years, he has been involved in the sale and leasing of over 25 million sq. ft. of industrial property in the port market of Charleston.