Jack Williamson

Farebrother/CORFAC International
27 Bream's Buildings
London, EC4A 1DZ
England
www.farebrother.com

020 7855 3556
07595 055 602 (cell)
jwilliamson@farebrother.com

Bio
Jack is an Associate Partner in our Leasing & Development team. Jack studied for his degree at Northumbria University, where he worked for Dacre Son & Hartley as part of an internship in their agency department. After graduating with a first class degree in June 2014, Jack joined Farebrother just a month later and went onto pass his APC in October 2015. At Farebrother he provides strategic advice to clients on office acquisition and disposal instructions. While he leverages Farebrother’s expertise on the Midtown and South Bank markets, this advice covers the whole of Central London. He also gives clients strategic advice on refurbishment and redevelopments in their portfolio. Jack’s clients currently include Hermes Real Estate Investment, the City of London, Aberdeen Standard, Legal & General, Global Holdings and DTZIM. These clients all benefit from Jack’s knowledge of market trends covering office environments. In his spare time Jack is an avid and active sportsman, playing rugby for the Old Amplefordians, football, tennis and boxing where he has undertaken 2 white collar bouts.

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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 46 firms in the U.S., six in Canada and 28 in international markets, including Australia, Colombia, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. CORFAC offices completed more than 10,000 lease and sales transactions totaling 500 million square feet of space valued in excess of $8.0 billion in 2017.