Dickson Commercial Group (DCG) joins CORFAC International

Scott Shanks, principal of Dickson Commercial Group.

Scott Shanks, principal of Dickson Commercial Group. Courtesy Photo

Dickson Commercial Group recently announced an affiliation with CORFAC International, a global network composed of privately held commercial real estate firms.

DCG is the third firm to join CORFAC this year, according to a June 28 press release, building on 2020’s momentum of adding four new firms to the network.

“CORFAC is pleased to announce the addition of Dickson Commercial Group/CORFAC International in Reno,” CORFAC President Joe Latina, of Patterson-Woods Commercial Properties/CORFAC International, in Wilmington, Delaware, said in a statement. “This top-level brokerage elevates CORFAC’s ability to serve the very active Northern Nevada market. Their strong ties in the industry, extensive experience, and reputation for outstanding client service is an asset for everyone in the CORFAC family.”

Founded in 2014, DCG bill itself as the largest commercial real estate brokerage in Northern Nevada, with 25 brokers across all disciplines of commercial real estate and 13 administrative staff, according to the press release.

Principals include Scott Shanks, SIOR, Dominic Brunetti, CCIM, Tom Fennell, CCIM, and Harvey Fennell, CPA.

“We are looking forward to joining the CORFAC network this year and to the resources and access that CORFAC will give DCG’s brokers and our clients across the country,” Shanks said in a statement.

Founded in 1989, CORFAC has 70 offices in the U.S., Canada and international markets, including Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand and United Kingdom.

“From our first meeting it was clear that the network aligns well with our firm’s culture, and we are extremely excited to be a part of the growing group of over 75 respected CRE national and international companies,” Tom Fennell said in a statement. 


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