9133 112 Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98033
Grant has also participated in several entrepreneurial ventures. He created a small investment company which acquired over $1M in real estate properties and returned investors an average IRR of 27% over four years. He has also owned and operated a restaurant with sales of approximately $850K/year which was sold within two years for nearly double the acquisition price. Grant received a Bachelor of Accountancy from University of San Diego and an MBA with emphasis in Real Estate from UCLA Anderson School of Management. Grant is also a licensed notary public and a basketball, golf, and travel enthusiast.
Pacific Lutheran University - Bachelor of Business Administration Degree.
2010 to Present: Commercial Broker Opinion of Value Analyst – Specializing in Gas Stations and Convenience Stores - Receivership Project Manager – Commercial Entities
Currently Notary Public
1995 to Present: Commercial Real Estate Sales – McCallen & Sons, Inc. – Specializing in Gas Stations and Convenience Stores
1990 to Present: President and CEO - Norvec Corporation - Specializing in Commercial Contract Entitlement Past Drainage District 24 County Commissioner - Position No. 1 County of Pierce - State of Washington
1995 - 2005
COO - CLK Factor Inc. - Product Patent Design, Production and Development – Co-Inventor two United States Patents.
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Mr. Krieger gained considerable workout and repositioning experience in the Special Asset Department with Abide Corp. and provides financial advisory services to the Special Assets Community as well as turnaround management and receivership clients. Mr. Krieger worked with multiple product types, including office, retail, industrial, hospitality, and multifamily.
Continuing education includes numerous real estate and commercial banking courses highlighting credit services, lending and law.
Richard F. Wolf
manager for operating and non-operating gas stations, and other retail
commercial properties. Washington state Class A/B gasoline facility operator. Interfaces with state and local governmental officials and resolves regulatory and compliance issues on distressed properties, including environmental, health, labor and industries and public
Former Director of Real Estate for Pacific Convenience & Fuels when company successfully closed escrow on the purchase of ConocoPhillips gas stations with the transaction valued at $400 million. Previously Director of Real Estate and Property Management for over 10 years with northwest based regional oil company (Time Oil Co.) with 200 properties, including leased and franchised convenience stores, terminal operations, and ancillary properties. Began career with Safeway, Inc. as a site location research analyst, business systems analyst, corporate real estate coordinator and then as an area real estate manager, developing new stores.
Education: Certificate in Commercial Real Estate from
University of Washington, B.S in Management and Marketing.