Our Team

The Foundation Group has distinguished credentials among Seattle commercial real estate companies. As CCIM’s (Certified Commercial Investment Members) – we have the comprehensive knowledge and training necessary to understand the changes and trends in the property management services industry.

The Foundation Group also holds the prestigious AMO designation for property management companies, granted by the Institute of Real Estate Management. A firm must demonstrate the highest standards of professionalism, financial performance and ethics to earn this coveted designation held by only 500 firms in the United States and Canada.

Real Estate Brokerage

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Bruce A. Kahn, CCIM, CPM, Designated Broker

Bruce A. Kahn, CCIM, CPM
Principal, Designated Broker

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Michael Kahn

Michael Kahn
Partner

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Robert Wright

Robert Wright
Partner

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Aaron Locke

Aaron Locke
Partner

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Erich Bubbel

Erich Bubbel
Partner

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Erich Bubbel

Will Gibson
Partner

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Ethan Szmania

Ethan Szmania
Broker

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Alex Pellegrini

Alex Pellegrini
Associate Broker

Property Management

Foundation Group, Seattle Commercial Real Estate Property Management, Alexis Rubenstein

Alexis Rubenstein
Director of Operations &
Property Management

The Seattle Apartment Investment Newsletter

How the new tax laws may affect commercial real estate values and investing, plus other commercial real estate news in this Winter 2018 issue.

Bellevue, not Seattle, tops new list of toughest places to build

The perception is that Seattle is the most challenging place in the Puget Sound region to develop real estate, but new data suggest this is not the case.

Seattle’s most patient developers plan “Missing Middle Housing”

Land in the city is too expensive to build affordable housing. Or is it? They’ve got a plan—and it could mean 1,000 new apartments for the workers who keep Seattle running.

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