Jim Saine

Jim Saine

Senior Vice President, Industrial & Office Leasing

Jim Saine serves as Senior Vice President, Office and Industrial, and has been with Selig Enterprises, Inc. since 1992. In his current role, Jim holds direct leasing responsibilities for more than 1.2 million square feet of office and 3 million square feet of commercial and industrial space.

A proven and trusted commercial real estate veteran and consistent top producer, Jim brings over 40 years of real estate experience covering a broad range of commercial real estate functions in the Southeast. With more than 32 years at Selig Enterprises, he has consistently maintained exceptionally high occupancy and has been involved in notable projects including the identification and acquisition of more than 2 million square feet of industrial space in the West Midtown and Chattahoochee submarkets; the repositioning and leasing of 75 Marietta and 84 Walton after a 115,000 square-foot historic renovation; and the adaptive reuse of 200,000 square feet of industrial buildings in the Upper Westside, branded as The Works, into creative office, retail, and multifamily.

Prior to joining Selig, Jim previously led Synco Properties as Regional Vice President with a particular emphasis on leasing and property management for office properties located in Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Jim is actively involved in the commercial real estate community. He is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), Georgia Chapter; CORENET Global, Georgia Chapter; Georgia Real Estate Commission, Licensed Broker; North Carolina Real Estate Commission, Licensed Broker; Tennessee Real Estate Commission, Licensed Broker; National Association of Office Properties (NAIOP); Council for Quality Growth; Central Atlanta Progress; and a member of the Atlanta Board of Realtors.

Jim earned a Bachelor of Science and Business Administration in Marketing and Finance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jim lives in East Cobb with his wife and enjoys all sports but particularly enjoys playing with his four grandchildren on the weekends.