Bellevue, WA

D. Bruce Peart

Multi-family & Investment Sales Specialist
T 425.450.1142 bruce.peart@kidder.com
500 108th Avenue NE, Ste 2400
Bellevue, WA 98004
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Bruce Peart joined Kidder Mathews in October 1998 as an Investment Real Estate Broker, specializing in the marketing and sale of multi-family properties and multi-family sites typically ranging from 100 to 400+ units in size.

Prior to joining Kidder Mathews, Mr. Peart was a Vice President with CB Richard Ellis’s Seattle Office from 1994 to 1998, where his 1997 transactions placed him in the “Top Five” percent of CB’s Puget Sound Offices.

Prior to joining CB Richard Ellis, Mr. Peart was a Senior Marketing Consultant for nearly ten years with Grubb & Ellis’ Seattle Office where he was in the “Top 10” each year since 1986.

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Professional Affiliations

Mr. Peart is Director of Kidder Mathews’ Multi-family Group. He holds membership in the Washington State Commercial Association of Realtors. While at Grubb & Ellis Company, he served on the company’s National Investment Committee.


Mr. Peart has a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Brigham Young University.

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  • Aoki Corporation
  • ASR Investment Corporation
  • Bankers Trust for Merit Select Fund
  • Canyon Park Associates
  • Continental-Bentall, LLC
  • Don W. Winton
  • Equity Residential Properties Trust
  • Fourtune Development Group
  • G&E Investors
  • Gerlicher Co.
  • Hamilton-Zanze & Co.
  • Harsch Investment Properties, LLC
  • Holly Residential Properties Trust
  • Intrawest Corporation
  • Investco Development
  • Jacobsen Enterprises
  • Lowe Enterprises NW
  • Mellon Bank
  • Meyer Asset Management
  • Michael R. Mastro
  • Morgan Mackenzie
  • Nordevin Group
  • Opus Northwest
  • R.D. Manning Development
  • REIT
  • SEB Development, Inc.
  • Sentinel Real Estate Corporation
  • Serene Village Assoc.
  • Sound Turf
  • Triple Five Group
  • Tru G Wilhelm, Inc.
  • United Dominion Realty Trust
  • US West, Inc.
  • Wakefield Development