Paul Schneider facilitates commercial real estate transactions in the Denver regional marketplace. Paul identifies with buyers, sellers, and financial intermediaries on all levels ranging from local owner-operators to institutional investors. Paul finds the most valuable experience in brokerage to be establishing relationships with entrepreneurial thinkers, and he finds the most gratifying experience to be making mutually beneficial matches among them.
For the past 10 years Paul has been recognized by the Denver Business Journal to be among commercial real estate’s “Heavy Hitters.” Prior to joining Pinnacle in 2006 Paul held positions with two of the nation’s leading financial advisory firms. With a unique ability to underwrite a transaction coupled with a passion for sales and marketing, Paul will continue to be one of the top brokers in the Denver Metro Area.
Away from work you will find Paul with his two children (Lily & Stone), enjoying all Colorado has to offer.
- University of Colorado, B.A. Political Science, Economics, Boulder, CO
- Harvard Business School – Certificate of Readiness
- CCIM Candidate
- Current MBA Candidate at the University of Colorado
- 2017 – Present: Principal, Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors, LLC, Denver, CO
- 2006 – 2017: Senior Advisor, Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors, LLC, Denver, CO
- 2005 – 2006: Analyst, Fidelity Mortgage Inc., St. Louis, MO
- 2004 – 2005: Investment Consultant/Research, Georgeson Shareholder, New York, NY
- Licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Colorado
- Director – Denver Metropolitan Commercial Association of Realtors (DMCAR)
- Member of National Association of Industrial & Office Properties (NAIOP)
- Member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
- Member of the University of Colorado Real Estate Center
- Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce-Impact Denver Class of 2015
- Volunteer at Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
- Urban Land Institute (ULI)
- 2008 Pinnacle Most Improved Producer (300% Volume Increase)
- 2007 DMCAR Top Ten Young Broker – #2