Partner, Designated Broker
Nate Stevens joined The Boulos Company in 2007 after working with CBRE in Tucson, Arizona prior to moving back to Maine. Nate works in all areas of commercial real estate including office, retail, industrial, development, and investment properties located in Central and Southern Maine. Nate has extensive experience working with local and national developers, investors, and companies including nonprofits, start-up businesses, state organizations, local municipalities, and large corporations. Nate is often asked to contribute to articles and be a panelist based on his knowledge of the commercial real estate market. He is also a regular speaker at the annual MEREDA conference where he presents on the status and future of the southern Maine office market.
A Portland, Maine native, Nate left to study at the University of Arizona where he received his bachelor’s degree in Regional Development. He was an accomplished swimmer captaining the Division 1 men’s team to consecutive top-four finishes at the NCAA Division 1 championships as well as earning All-American status and reaching a top 25 world ranking. This leadership and competitive spirit is what drives Nate’s achievements in commercial real estate. Nate has a long, well-engrained family history in Portland; his great-great-grandfather was famed regional architect John Calvin Stevens, a legacy that spawned his interest and passion for the local built environment.
Nate lives in the Deering Center neighborhood of Portland with his wife, Jane, and son, Carter. They enjoy summers on Little Diamond Island in Casco Bay.
Professional Affiliations / Accreditations
- 2018 Maine Commercial Association of Realtors —Realtor of the Year
- Maine Real Estate Broker License
- Member, Greater Portland Chamber of Commerce
- Trustee and Former Board President, Maine Commercial Association of Realtors
- Trustee, Portland Public Library
- Trustee, Portland Symphony Orchestra
- Former Board President, Greater Portland Landmarks
- University of Arizona – Bachelor of Science, Regional Development