Chris Paszyc, CCIM, SIOR
Chris Paszyc joined The Boulos Company in October 2005. Chris has extensive knowledge of the Maine commercial real estate market and business community, along with a strong track record in business, governmental affairs, and real estate. His areas of expertise include investment sales of commercial and multi-family residential assets, disposition of distressed assets, lease transactions, tenant/buyer representation and development site location.
Prior to joining The Boulos Company, Chris spent five years as Director of Planning & Development for the City of Gardiner, Maine. There, he spearheaded successful efforts in downtown revitalization and business development. Chris is a graduate of the University of Maine and holds a BA (1997) and MPA (2002).Chris has also served in the US Marine Corps Reserves in the Infantry and as Town Manager for two Maine municipalities.
Chris holds the prestigious CCIM and SIOR designations. Both are professional recognitions of the highest level
of knowledge, production, and ethics in the commercial real estate industry.
Chris resides in Back Cove area of Portland with his wife, two daughters, and his dog. Chris enjoys spending time
on Casco Bay, Cobbossee Lake, and at Sugarloaf with family and friends.
Maine Real Estate Broker License
Maine Commercial Association of Realtors
Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM)
Society of Industrial and Office Realtors Member (SIOR)
Member of the International Council of Shopping Centers
University of Maine – Master of Public Administration
University of Maine – Bachelor of Arts, Public Administration
Professional Affiliations / Accreditations
- Maine Real Estate Broker License #BR913433
- Maine Commercial Association of Realtors
- Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM)
- Society of Industrial and Office Realtors Member (SIOR)
- Member of the International Council of Shopping Centers
- University of Maine, Master of Public Administration 2002
- University of Maine, Bachelor of Arts, Public Administration 1997