Thomas N. Morgan, MSRE, CCIM
Thomas N. Morgan, MSRE, CCIM, serves as President of Investec Services, working selectively with investment clients across the Northeast Florida region.
Previous roles focused exclusively on Apartment Investment Sales across North Florida, participating in a statewide team producing $3-$5B annually in transaction volume.
Mr. Morgan also previously served as VP for Investec Services Inc., an independent real estate brokerage firm servicing the Northeast Florida region where he represented sellers in the marketing and sale of investment properties. While there, he also gained experience with financing, asset management, property valuation, and market research.
Mr. Morgan earned a Master of Science degree in Real Estate from the University of Florida and a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University with dual majors in Urban Planning and Political Science, and a secondary concentration in Economics.
Mr. Morgan is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Institute Designee and holds a Florida real estate broker’s license.
James F. Morgan, CCIM
James F. Morgan, CCIM now serves as Founder of Investec Services Inc., specializing in office, industrial, multifamily, and development land transactions in Northeast Florida. Morgan has more than 47 years of industry experience, with total career transactions valued in excess of $800 million.
Prior to founding Investec Services, Inc., Morgan served as president of Plantec Realty and RSH Realty Services, both subsidiaries of Reynolds, Smith and Hills, one of the largest architectural, engineering and planning firms in the South.
Morgan has been a registered real estate broker for 45 years and was a licensed mortgage broker in the state of Florida for more than 28 years. He has served extensively on the Florida Chamber of Commerce, selected for Leadership Florida in 1986, as well as the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors (NEFAR) – serving as President in 2000, and was awarded the Circle of Honor in 2002. In 2003, Morgan chaired the FAR-Commercial Alliance Council, and in 2004, he served as Legislative Chairman and on FAR’s executive committee. He was a key player in FAR and the (CCIM) Florida chapter efforts to pass a commercial brokers lien law in 2004-05, and served three years as the FAR liaison with the Florida CCIM chapter.
Prior to a career in real estate, Morgan served as Assistant and Acting Director of the University of Florida Alumni offices, served as a Lieutenant in the United States Army and is a Vietnam Veteran. Morgan received a Bachelor’s in Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from the University of Florida.