Doug Bartocci, CCIMVice President, Real Estate Broker

    Doug Bartocci, CCIM, joined Fuller Group as a Vice President/Real Estate Broker in July 2016.


    Areas of Expertise

    Licensed in both Washington and Oregon, Doug is responsible full time for the marketing of office properties for sale or lease in the Portland Metropolitan Area. He has leased or sold approximately 463,000 square feet valued at more than $109 million.


    Prior to joining Fuller Group, Doug was at NAI Norris, Beggs & Simpson and carried over to Colliers International with their purchase of the NB&S brokerage house. He was also formerly with Norris & Stevens. Doug has been awarded the Sales Manager Performance Award four times and awarded the Top Leasing Agent twice. In addition to Commercial Real Estate, Doug has also done sales with Hewlett Packard, Wallace Laboratories and Chubb Insurance Company.

    Affiliations & Interests

    Doug’s certifications and community involvement include the Commercial Association of Brokers (CAB) Board of Directors, Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), Junior Achievement volunteer and Vancouver United Soccer Association (VUSA) coach.

    Doug resides in Vancouver with his wife Renee and their son Aiden.  In his free time, Doug enjoys camping, fishing and golfing.

    Top Clients

    • All Student Loan Servicing
    • American Property Management
    • Americasa, Inc.
    • Bank of America
    • C.E. John Co.
    • Columbia Medical Plaza
    • Columbia Plaza
    • Dept. of General Administration
    • Heritage Bank
    • Kaiser Permanente
    • Killian Pacific
    • Kirkwood & Kirkwood
    • Kuni Automotive
    • Landmark Professional Mtg.
    • Lifestyles Senior Housing Mgrs.
    • Mead & Hunt
    • Northwest Interpreters
    • Occuscreen, LLC
    • Pacific Crest Plaza
    • PacTrust
    • Purple Communications
    • Schlesinger Companies
    • Sound Mortgage
    • Southwest WA Medical Center
    • The Standard
    • Vancouvercenter Development
    • Wilbur Ellis

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