Derek Roscoe started his career in commercial real estate at the age of 18 while working on the construction sites of a Michigan based real estate development company. After finishing Northwood University, where he studied a dual major in Banking & Finance and Business Management, Derek came home and rejoined that development company full time. Derek quickly went from “pushing the broom”, to trade liaison, to tenant improvement contractor, to leasing agent & property manager, to deal assembler, to municipality relations, to project financing and everything in between. This broad experience has given Derek a “ground up” understanding of the underlying principles and fundamentals of commercial real estate.
In the years since starting as a leasing associate and investment specialist, he has worked his way through the field, learning just about every aspect of the business that there is to know; and has proven that he is a leader and an asset to any team.
In the course of his career, Mr. Roscoe has worked with an impressive array of clients, including IBM, Retail Brand Alliance, University of Kentucky, US Bank, The Regus Group, Wayne State University, AAA of Michigan, Starbucks, Hewlett Packard, St. Joseph Mercy, and Raymond James, among others. Demonstrating that he has a diverse range of abilities, skills, and business savvy concerning the business world, Derek continues to be an important piece of the successful business puzzle.
In 2009, Derek joined LOM Properties as the company’s Executive Director. His contribution in the areas of client acquisition, investment consulting, debt restructuring and operational management have been instrumental in the success of the business. On a daily basis Derek continues to demonstrate his ability to provide and foster high-end client relations that exceed expectations. Meanwhile, his patience and commitment to the field keep him focused and able to reach his own professional goals.
When Derek is not helping his clients and team, he enjoys spending time with his family, hiking the Appalachian Trail, creating new projects and staying actively involved with his community.