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Fraser Vrenjak

Fraser Vrenjak

Fraser Vrenjak | Sales Representative, Senior Vice President

Fraser Vrenjak is a retail focused Senior Vice President with Cushman & Wakefield Waterloo Region. Fraser brings over 8 years of commercial real estate experience, knowledge of local markets, and strong industry relationships. He specializes in finding off-market opportunities as well as identifying creative solutions, allowing him to unearth options that may be overlooked by others. Fraser’s competitive nature drives him to align personally with the clients he represents and pushes him to aggressively find optimal commercial real estate solutions. Through Fraser’s tenacity to achieve the best results for his clients, he has achieved the title of Senior Vice President faster than any other sales representative with Cushman & Wakefield Waterloo Region. Fraser maintains strong relationships throughout the industry by participating as a member of C&W’s Future Leaders Group. In addition, he is not only an ICSC member, but he also sits on multiple committees for the ICSC Next Generation Program.

Client Relationships

Suncor | Fengate | Rise Commercial| Primus Properties | Conestoga College | A&W | CT REIT | Sovereign Asset Management | PT Health | Canadian Commercial | Terracap |

Key Assignments
  • Site selection analysis – Site studies for retail/commercial opportunities and developments
  • Tenant relationship – maintaining strong client relationships through constant communication and an overall understanding of their basic needs
  • Landlord relationship – maintaining communication with local, regional, and national landlords on a regular basis, allowing visibility to current and upcoming opportunities

•   Saint Mary’s University – Bachelor of Commerce (Bcomm) in Finance, Information Systems, and Management    Science

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