Scott Doerner

Native Australian who enjoys spending time at the beach and can regularly be found in Venice Beach on the weekends competing in Pop Tennis.

Senior Investment Associate with James Capital Advisors, who serves as a retail investment sales professional specializing in advising clients on the acquisition and disposition of Single-Tenant Net Leased assets throughout California.

Scott provides his expertise to clients through his underwriting and valuation skills as well as his ability to execute transactions in any given circumstance. In addition, Scott places heavy emphasis on guiding his clients in achieving their investment goals through hard work and thorough due diligence review . Scott graduated in 2006 from Pepperdine University with a bachelor’s degree in International Management and Dispute Resolution. While at Pepperdine, Scott played number 1 for the 2006 National Championship Winning Tennis team where he played John Isner in the final. Scott competed professionally, reaching a career high world ranking of #642 and before joining the James Group successfully ran an independent Tennis coaching business out of Santa Monica, CA. He and his wife, Anna, currently reside in Culver City where they enjoy spending time with friends and family.

Senior Investment Associate at The James Capital Advisors

Sport: Tennis
College/Pro Team: Pepperdine
Chapter: West Los Angeles
Profession: Real Estate
Specialty: Brokerage (Commercial/Industrial)
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