First Vice President
NAI Horizon - Phoenix
2944 North 44th Street, Suite 200
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Scope of Experience
Christopher Lewis has extensive experience with unique and distressed assets, trustee sales (both as a bidder and trustee), REOs, bankruptcy, divorce sales, and underperforming assets. In addition to value-add opportunities, Lewis has significant experience in vacant and agricultural land and has become a leader in the renewable energy asset sales/leasing market. His forthright approach and incredibly high standards for communication and service are his greatest assets in continuing to support his strong base of repeat clients. This solid foundation of clients allows him to expand his support of the commercial real estate needs of regional and national businesses. Lewis's performance shines during successful high-pressure transactions due to his innovative solutions.
Background & Experience
Lewis joined NAI Horizon in 2019 after serving as the Designated Broker/Owner of Arizona Brokerage Company, a boutique commercial real estate firm specializing in distressed and unique assets. Before that, he worked for a handful of firms where he was consistently among the top-performing listing brokers. He describes his transition into commercial real estate as a “natural progression” from his high caliber professional support provided to investors in these previous roles. Before transitioning to brokerage, Lewis was a junior partner at a local real estate investment company.
Lewis is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he majored in Finance.
Professional Associations & Designations
Lewis was a member of the Phoenix Association of Realtors, Arizona Association of Realtors, and National Association of Realtors and held GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) and SRS (Seller Representative Specialist) designations. His community affiliations include services donated to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Phoenix, and The Chabad Lubavitch of Arizona.
Lewis has closed more than $500 million in transactions since 2010.