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  Floyd Rowley, CPA, CCIM

Senior Vice President, Investments

775-224-3183     /    Floyd@JohnsonGroup.net





      Area of Expertise

      Floyd joined the Johnson Group in January 2011 to continue his commercial investment real estate brokerage practice in northwestern Nevada, after serving for over seven years as a Senior Vice President of the Colliers Investment Services Group. He focuses on representing buyers or sellers in investment property sales, e.g., large apartments, office buildings, retail and industrial properties. Floyd also does sale / leaseback transactions.

      Professional Accomplishments

      Since 2004, Floyd has closed over $199 million of investment sales in 75 transactions in the Reno MSA. Starting in the fall of 2008 he has focused on distressed assets, mainly apartments. Since then he has completed 64 broker price opinions valued at over $471.5 million resulting in $61.3 million worth of apartment listings.

       

      Business and Educational Background

      Floyd graduated from Duke University and began his career with Coopers & Lybrand, CPA’s, where he was in charge of audits of real estate developers, The Breakers Hotel, manufacturers, WPEC TV, and two mutual funds in Palm Beach. Before moving to Reno in 2000, he worked in the San Francisco Bay Area for 17 years, consulting for AMB, Bechtel Investments, Catellus, Sun Microsystems, PacTel Properties, Prometheus, Rouse and Trammell Crow, performing strategic asset management assignments to buy, sell or finance commercial investment property.

      Floyd arrived In San Francisco in January 1983 to be the regional controller for the developer of the 750,000 square foot 333 Bush St. high-rise. Later, at Oakland City Center, he was instrumental in negotiating and closing the sale of the 486,000 square foot Clorox Building. As CFO for JMA Properties in the late 1980’s, he secured $112 million in financing for 13 properties. His Bay Area career culminated with his appointment in 1997 as Senior Vice President for Shorenstein, where he managed all of the Company’s administration, consisting of a staff of 80 and a $10.8 million annual budget.

      Floyd has continuously maintained his CPA license since 1979 and achieved his CCIM designation in 2007.

      Community Involvement

      Floyd served on the Real Estate Committee and the Finance Committee, Board of Directors, Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum where he directed the purchase of the former Reno City Hall building in 2008.

      Board of Governors, Montreux Golf & Country Club 2005-2013

      Floyd has also completed two years of service to the Galena Steamboat Citizens Advisory Board and six years on the board of the Reno Philharmonic Association, serving as chair of the Audit Committee and as a member of the Finance Committee.

      Education and Qualifications

      BA from Duke University

      Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

      Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Since 2007

      Affillations and Memberships

      American Institute of CPA’s

      Founder, Northern Nevada Executive Council

      Nevada CPA Society

      Northern Nevada Estate Planning Council

      Regional Alliance for Downtown

      Representative Clients and Projects

      KPNB Channel 5, Board Member

      Truckee Meadows Tomorrow

      Jauron Family Trust                                 Wells Fargo Bank  

      Bank of the West                                      Ocwen Financial.

      Bayco Investment Company                    Hawkins, Folsom & Muir, Esq

      C.M. Capital- Chawin Properties              Huckabay Properties, Inc.

      Nevada Discovery Museum                     OneWest Bank

      ER Management- Kevin McNamara         Sierra Meadows Investors, LLC

      Foothills Investment Group                      TriMont Real Estate Advisors

      Hamilton Zanze & Company                    Umpqua Bank

      Wells Fargo Bank

       

      Wells Fargo