Senior Vice President
Travis Carter was born and raised in Temecula and has devoted his career to exclusively representing businesses with their real estate needs throughout Southern California. As a licensed real estate broker, Travis specializes in time critical and complex transactions for software, technology, legal, accounting, and early stage companies. His peers know him as a very successful and creative negotiator.
Travis has represented over one thousand companies with their real estate needs ranging from 2,000 SF to 450,000 SF in excess of a billion dollars in transactional value for the past ten years. Throughout his career, Travis has completed transactions for the following companies: Tension Envelope 120,000 SF; Hay House 140,000 SF; Trion Worlds 25,000 SF and 53,000 SF; Legend3D 40,000 SF and 60,000 SF; Invisible Children 15,000 SF and 22,000 SF: Fugro 25,000 SF: WorldTrans 50,000 SF; SupplyPro 28,000 SF and 35,000 SF: PayLease 20,000 SF and 40,000 SF; IDW Publishing 25,000 SF; Silvergate Bank 20,000 SF; Daley & Heft 16,000 SF and Perfect Foods Bar 10,000 SF. In 2017, Travis was named “Broker of the Year” as a result of the many successful transactions completed in Southern California.
Travis earned his degree in business administration with a real estate concentration from Point Loma Nazarene University. As an excellent musician, Travis developed an after-school music program in 2006 for high school students in his local community. He gathered local musicians with the idea of providing singing and guitar lessons to hundreds of local junior high and high school students. The program took off from its inception and is still providing an opportunity for high school students to get involved in music and participate in a band. Travis also continues to volunteer his time coaching the Point Loma Nazarene Surf Team, which was the #1 College Surf Team in the United States for four consecutive years (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017). He currently sits on the board at Volunteers of America, a past board member of the Vista Hill Foundation, and an occasional guest speaker at Point Loma Nazarene University. In 2011, Travis was elected by SD Metro magazine as one of the top “40 Under 40” young business leaders who are helping shape the local business community. Travis has also been a featured guest on local radio spots leading the discussion on commercial lease negotiations.
On the weekends, Travis spends his time serving at his local church, as well as surfing, playing guitar, performing magic, and spending time with his wife and three kids.
- — Point Loma Nazarene University, B.S. in business administration
- Professional Activities
- — California Department of Real Estate Licensed Broker
— Broker License #01781219
- Honors and Awards
- — Emerging Generation Award Finalist — San Diego Business Journal
- — 40 Under 40 People to Watch — San Diego Metro
- — Broker of the Year, 2017 — The Irvine Company
- Civic and Charitable Activities
- — Volunteers of America — Board Member
- — Junior Achievement — Volunteer
- — The Downtown San Diego Partnership — Member
- — Vista Hill Foundation — Past Board Member
- — Point Loma Nazarene University — Guest Speaker