About Erik

"Erik’s skill in negotiating and managing a deal from end to end and assuring the best possible outcome was truly remarkable."

- Mike Walker, Seller: 4800 Williamsburg Lane

Erik Egelko is Vice President for SVN(formerly Sperry Van Ness) one of the top 10 commercial real estate brokerage firms in the world.

Erik specializes in core San Diego sub-markets with extensive experience in all aspects of commercial brokerage include: Leasing, Management, Acquisitions and Dispositions.

Erik and his team utilize a proactive approach of aggressively pursuing tenants which has enabled them to fill vacancies faster and at higher rents than competing brokers/landlords.

Erik and his family have been involved in commercial real estate in southern California for over 40 years. Clients and colleagues would describe Erik as someone with an intense focus on the details, a collaborative approach and the persistence to outwork his competitors.

Notable Accomplishments

  • Featured in San Diego Business Journal, La Mesa Courier, East County Magazine, SVN National Spotlight
  • SOLD - Aztec Village Shopping Center - $5,135,000
  • SOLD - 12 Unit Apartment Complex in Chula Vista, CA - $2,300,000
  • SOLD - Chula Vista Medical Office - $1,862,000
  • SOLD TWICE - La Mesa Apartments - November 2018: $895,000 February 2021: $1,000,000
  • SOLD - Hillcrest Duplex - $1,000,000
  • SOLD - Lemon Grove Retail Property - $800,000
  • SOLD TWICE! - 7735 University Ave: September 2018: $700,000 / May 2019: $1,000,000
  • Winner of 2017 Pacesetter Award
  • 7200 Parkway Drive - Brokered the lease for a 9,000 SF Excelsior Academy Charter School.
  • 6602 El Cajon Blvd - Brought a completely vacant office building to full occupancy in less than 5 months.
  • Represented the La Mesa Dental Center in the purchase of a medical facility at 8334 University Ave La Mesa CA
  • Currently the exclusive landlord representative for over 400,000 SF of office and retail space in Central and East San Diego.

"Lets just say if I was in a hostage situation, I would definitely want Erik to be negotiating my release.”