James Rayborn Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President
James Rayborn has worked in the commercial real estate industry for thirty-one years. He specializes in tenant representation in Downtown Washington, D.C. With his broad range of experience in commercial real estate, Mr. Rayborn brings a copious amount of market knowledge and tenant representation experience. He has negotiated several billion dollars in lease and sales transactions over his career.
He is known as "the association broker" and has represented over 2,000 non-profits, foundations and other associations in Washington, DC. With the tenacious representation of his clients, Mr. Rayborn has achieved several millions of dollars in savings for his clients.
Areas of Practice
Associations, non-profit organizations, law firms, foundations and government affairs organizations.
Prior to joining Broad Street Realty, Mr. Rayborn was the senior vice president of The Meyer Group in Washington, D.C., from 1994-2019. Prior to that, he was with Barrueta & Associates from 1988-1994.
The Voter Participation Center, Green Strategies, Advanced Valuation Analytics, Western Growers, Mommen Group, amfAR, Envelope Manufacturers Association, National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders, Barnes Vanze Architects, Dialogue Direct, Conners & Winters, Foundation for Multi-Media Communications, Research Institute of Telecommunications and Economics, International Association of Drilling Contractors, Manufactured Imports and Investment Promotion Organization, URENCO, Association of Clinical Research Professionals, Association of Equipment Manufacturers, Capterra, CARMA, APTIMA, Computer & Communications Industry Association, Concentric Energy Advisors, Integral, Hitachi, IEEE, Investigative Group International, Independent Community Bankers of America, InterVISTAS, Insured Retirement Institute, HFMA, Griffin & Company, Fiduciary Trust International, ESOP, FarmerMac, ExxonMobil, Gypsum Association, Kaiser Family Foundation, Japan Center for International Finance, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Law Resources, Kiwanis, KDDI America, Kratz Quintos & Hanson, Merrill Lynch, Leaugue of Arab States, MetLife, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Lewis-Burke Associates, Mitsubishi Motors, Mitsubishi Electric, LandOLakes, National Corn Growers Association, National Association for Biomedical Research, Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, National Rehabilitation Hospital (MedStar Health)
- Licensed salesperson in Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Maryland
- District of Columbia Business Industry Association (DCBIA)
- Greater Washington Commercial Association of Realtors (GWCAR)
- Georgetown Business Association (GBA)
Mr. Rayborn has a B.S. in Economics from Georgetown University.
Mr. Rayborn resides in Washington, D.C. Mr. Rayborn has been actively involved for over 10 years with Kidsave and the National Alliance for Mental Illness.