With over 17 years of commercial real estate experience, Daniel oversees and participates in approximately $350,000,000 in completed transactions per year in the South Texas Region. Daniel is a proven industry veteran, and his areas of expertise cover all commercial and investment real estate sectors, including Corporate Real Estate, Development, Brokerage, Project Leasing, and Property Management.
Coupled with a career of working with many regional, national, and international organizations, including Circle K Stores, Inc., Denny’s Corporation, Wells Fargo Bank, The United States Treasury, Orange Theory Fitness, Tractor Supply Company, Easter Seals, Dunkin, Jersey Mikes Subs, iHeart Media, The Catholic Diocese of Brownsville, JP Morgan Chase Bank, and many others, his contribution to the economic development in South Texas is undeniable.
Born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley, Daniel has built strong ties to his community where he is recognized and trusted as a local expert in real estate. He received a bachelor’s degree in Business Finance in 2006 from The University of Texas at San Antonio and simultaneously became a Licensed Real Estate Agent. In 2008, Daniel became a Licensed Broker in the State of Texas and affiliated with Coldwell Banker Commercial. His motivational and diligence attributes quickly earned him the Coldwell Banker Commercial “Rookie of the Year” award in 2008. In addition, Daniel has been part of Coldwell Banker Commercial’s Circle of Distinction since 2012, is a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, and in 2018 was named to The Real Estate Forum’s Top 50 under 40 in Commercial Real Estate. Most recently in 2020 and 2022, Daniel was recognized as Coldwell Banker Commercials #1 Retail Broker in North America and was named to Coldwell Banker Commercial’s Board of Advisors.
Daniel’s commitment to his community has catapulted him to many leadership roles within local and regional organizations. Daniel is a Past President of the McAllen South Rotary Club and has served as a Board Member with the Palm Valley Animal Society. He has shared his expertise through Commercial Real Estate Trainings at The Greater McAllen Association of Realtors and has served as a Panel Moderator for The International Council of Shopping Centers. Additionally, he serves on the Pastoral Council for Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church and was recently appointed by Most Reverend Bishop Daniel Flores of the Catholic Diocese of Brownsville to the Diocesan Real Estate Advisory Board.