Byron Roselli

Byron Roselli, Senior Vice President, Managing Broker photo

Senior Vice President,
Managing Broker

Top Clients

  • Air Gas-Norpac, Inc.
  • Allstate Insurance
  • Alpha-Tec Systems
  • Boise Cascade
  • Charter Communications
  • Chevron Oil Company
  • Clark County Assoc. of Realtors
  • Columbia Credit Union
  • Columbia Resources Company
  • Columbia Shores Office Building
  • Columbia Tech Center
  • Congressman Brian Baird
  • Cosco Fire Protection
  • Cowlitz Bancorp
  • Eastridge Business Park
  • EES Consulting
  • First Independent Bank
  • Four Towncenter
  • Home Depot
  • iQ Credit Union
  • Kamatsu Forest, LLC
  • Keller Williams
  • Kinko's
  • Oak Place Professional Center
  • Oakridge Properties, LLC
  • OfficeMax
  • Park Tower at Mill Plain One
  • SW Washington Medical Center
  • Tidewater Cove Office Bldg.
  • Washington State

Byron Roselli joined Eric Fuller & Associates, Inc. in April of 1999. Byron has obtained a diversified and thorough knowledge over the past 18 years of the complexities involved in office leasing and sales transactions.

Areas of Expertise

He is responsible full time for the marketing of office properties for sale or lease in Southwest Washington.


Byron began his career in commercial real estate in 1995 and has been responsible for transactions in excess of 1 million square feet, with total consideration valued at more than $105 million. Representing clients in office, retail and industrial transactions, he has been responsible for leasing major office projects, including Four Towncenter Office Development, Investment Plaza, Oak Place Professional Center, One Towncenter and Tidewater Cove Waterfront Office Building. Prior to his career in commercial real estate, Byron was founder of a manufacturers' representative firm specializing in wholesale distribution of automotive parts.


Byron is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Commercial Association of Realtors Portland/Vancouver and CCIM Institute (Certified Commercial Investment Member).