Thomas is a fifth generation New Mexican, born and raised in the Albuquerque area. He attended public schools and graduated from Cibola High School in 2008.
Thomas found his passion for real estate early in life, making his first buy at the age of 16. As a student at BYU-Idaho, Thomas interned for Allen Sigmon and also worked the following year as an intern for Keller Williams in Idaho. He was an apartment manager during his junior and senior years of college.
After graduation Thomas spent 2 years as an analyst for Honeywell. Thomas then returned to work as a broker at Allen Sigmon Real Estate Group where he is today.
Thomas has quickly excelled as a Albuquerque commercial real estate broker. He has honed his skills working with clients such as, Jiffy Lube, New Mexico Radiant Heating Supply, Triumph Motorcycles, Mighty Auto Parts, and multiple real estate investors, large and small.
When Thomas is not working, he enjoys fly fishing, upland bird hunting and spending time with his Beautiful wife.
Commercial Real Estate
Allen Sigmon Real Estate Group is New Mexico’s premier full-service commercial real estate company. We are a local Albuquerque commercial real estate team backed by an established, successful reputation within the marketplace reflective of the company’s founding partners.
Here at Allen Sigmon, we provide a fresh approach based on professional, ethical, creative, and efficient services. Firsthand experience from our partners’ real estate investment history and portfolio let us offer a personalized and customer-centric approach. Our Albuquerque commercial real estate brokers are quick on our feet, tough on negotiations, experienced, and proactive.
Allen Sigmon is known for our brokerage team, as our property signs can be found on almost any street corner in Albuquerque. Our new clients are always surprised to see the size of our brokerage team, as we move a large volume for such a small team. We believe in quality over quantity when it comes to our team, and that same mentality applies to our work.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hiring a Albuquerque commercial real estate broker can save you time and money because a good broker knows the market. A good broker is also going to know who the property owners are, what will soon be available, what market rents and sale prices are, and what to look for, and look out for in a building.
Commercial brokers also do this full time. Most businesspersons will lease/purchase a property every few years, whereas a broker works on transactions every day.
Although It might seem easier to use the seller's or landlords broker, it is important to remember who that broker is working for. Landlord and Seller's brokers have an ethical and legal obligation to watch out and represent their clients first. This means if the space you are looking to buy is selling for $250,000 and there is a property down the street going for less, they are not obligated to tell you about this property.
When I work with tenants and buyers, It is my number one job to represent them and find them the best possible deal.