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Bo Pettit

Boyd Commercial, LLC/CORFAC International
2200 W. Loop South Ste. 525
Houston, TX 77027


713-877-1019 (fax)


William Collier "Bo" Pettit joined Boyd Commercial, LLC in August of 2005. Since joining, Bo has focused on user/tenant representation and project leasing, and selling industrial properties located in the greater Houston markets. Notable clients include Trammell Crow, Crow Holdings, Bearden Development, Jetco Delivery, Century A/C, Tri-Supply, and Merchant Choice Card Services. While with Boyd Commercial, Bo has completed over two hundred transactions with an aggregate value in excess of $148 million. Bo is a native Texan and was born in Houston. Bo attended high school in Houston and received a scholarship to Louisiana State University where he graduated in 2003. While at LSU he played baseball and was part of the 2000 National Championship team and the 2003 SEC Championship team. After graduating, Bo went on to play for the Minnesota Twins minor league affiliates. Bo and his wife Kelly are members of The Houston LSU Alumni Chapter and are also supporters of The Center of Hearing and Speech. Kelly and Bo have two boys, Austin and Collier. In his spare time, Bo enjoys golf, hunting, playing guitar and time at the family bay house.

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Locally Owned. Globally Connected

CORFAC International is comprised of privately held entrepreneurial firms with expertise in office, industrial and retail brokerage, tenant and landlord representation, investment sales, multifamily, self-storage, acquisitions and dispositions, property management and corporate services. Founded in 1989, CORFAC has 50 offices in the U.S., 4 in Canada and 17 in international markets, including Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand and the United Kingdom. CORFAC offices annually complete more than 10,000 lease and sales transactions totaling over 620 million square feet of space valued in excess of $8.2 billion.