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SVNII Heidi Mickelson, Idaho Commercial Real Estate Broker

Heidi Mickelson, Managing Director

Cell: 208-861-9982


Heidi Mickelson SIOR, CCIM

Prior to joining SVN (formerly Sperry Van Ness) Heidi served Colliers International as a principal & associate broker in Boise and Ketchum, Idaho. In 1990, she co-founded Pacific Properties Group in Los Angeles, California. Previously, Heidi was a consultant for Homart Development, assisting with the recapitalization of several mixed use projects in California and Illinois. Prior to her affiliation with Homart, she was employed by Coldwell Banker Institutional Real Estate Services in San Francisco.

For Heidi, community involvement is an important on-going commitment. She is the past chairman of the Board of Directors for the Expedition Inspiration Fund for Breast Cancer Research in Ketchum, ID. During the winter, she coaches for the Sun Valley Free Ride Team in Sun Valley, ID. She is the past Chair of the Big Wood School Board of Directors in Ketchum, ID & is also a sustaining member of the Junior League-Boise, Idaho, and a past member of the board of directors for Beaux Arts Society-Boise, Idaho.

Heidi’s professional affiliations include: member of the National Association of Realtors; member & past president of the Society of Industrial & Office Realtors – Idaho Chapter; member of International Council of Shopping Centers; past member of the American Industrial Real Estate Association. She has earned the prestigious Certified Commercial Investment Member & Society of Industrial and Office Realtors designations. She holds a real estate brokerage license in Idaho.

Heidi graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts & received her Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and psychology.

"I would highly recommend Heidi as a Commercial Realtor. Firstly she took the time find out what I wanted, and then from offer to close she was constantly vigilant in protecting my interests. She needed to be because these deals can be complicated, & in my case the sellers agent was making a lot of mistakes in the critical due diligence phase. She even saved me a considerable sum, about $7,000 by knowing the customary practices in Washington State. Finally, if I was not comfortable with the deal she was not comfortable. In summation Heidi has been doing this along time and knows the ins & outs along with the tiger traps."


-Wayne Spector

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