When you combine unmatched local expertise with unwavering dedication, you tend to grow. Kidder Mathews is now the largest independent commercial real estate firm on the West Coast with 800 professionals in 22 offices across 5 states. We offer a complete range of brokerage, appraisal, property management, consulting, project and construction management, and debt and equity finance services for all property types, giving our clients the competitive edge they need.
Kidder Mathews at 50
What does it mean to have our 50th anniversary? It means decades of creating and fostering our entrepreneurial and innovative culture. It means things like deep local knowledge, hiring top professionals, focusing on making sure our clients succeed. It means five decades of growth to 22 offices across the west. For 50 years, our clients have gotten the best of both worlds: independent counsel from well-informed professionals, working as part of the largest independent commercial real estate firm on the West Coast. 50 years strong, and we’re just getting started.
Top Multifamily Team Leaves Colliers for Kidder Mathews in SeattlePuget Sound Business Journal
The multifamily sales investment team led by Dylan Simon and Jerrid Anderson has left Colliers International and joined Kidder Mathews in Seattle....Read More
Kidder Mathews Handles $11M Bellevue Development Site SaleConnect Seattle
A 16,674-square-foot multifamily development site, located in downtown Bellevue at 10050 NE 10th Street, has sold for $11.26 million. Binjiang Limited...Read More
Triple-Lot Multifamily Site Trades At Record Price
A triple-lot multifamily site in West Los Angeles has traded hands for a record price per square foot. Developer Coffee Tree Vacaville purchased the...Read More
Key Economic Trends and Predictions
Economic Trends Inflation expectations increase. A survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York revealed that expectations for inflation both a year...Read More
3 Hot West Coast Multifamily CRE Markets to Watch
Developers have been opening 300,000 to 325,000 new luxury apartments every year across America since 2016. This pace is expected to continue...Read More
West Coast: Where Capital Wants to Be in 2019
Deal volume for commercial real estate in the U.S. fell off in the first quarter of 2019, mainly due to a bumpy interest rate environment that had a...Read More