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O’Gorman Pacific Realty, Inc. is a family-owned commercial real estate company focused on acquiring, selling and leasing Industrial properties throughout Southern California and the nation. The company represents clients who are looking for properties to locate their business, develop, re-develop or invest in income producing properties. The company’s President, Shawn O’Gorman is part of a fourth generation family real estate legacy that has specialized in the commercial/industrial real estate business since the early 1920s. 
The company focuses on providing a high level of personalized service to individuals, small businesses, and corporations. The services provided include traditional brokerage: consulting services, investment services and buyer/tenant representation. In addition, the company maintains close working relationships with several local engineering and architectural firms, building contractors and financing sources to help clients develop projects from the ground up. 

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Shawn O’Gorman comes from a family with a long history of commercial/industrial real estate expertise and community involvement throughout Southern California. His Great Grandfather started his career in Los Angeles four generations ago beginning in the late 1920s,  In 1984 he became licensed and started working for his Dads company (Columba O'Gorman Company) specializing in Industrial real estate with offices in downtown Riverside. The company continued as a leading pioneer throughout the Inland Empire in the Industrial real estate marketplace through the early 1990's. In 1993, while continuing to consult in the real estate business with his father, Shawn took an opportunity to expand his career in sales, marketing and management for several national healthcare companies. Then in 2005 he and his wife Heather formed O’Gorman Pacific Realty, Inc. to expand brokerage and consulting services throughout Southern California. The primary  focus of the Company is Industrial leasing, sales and consulting. Shawn credits his broad industry knowledge and experience for producing very personalized, problem solving, and creative approach with every client that he represents.

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Shawn’s late father Columba O’Gorman (“Colly”) joined W. Ross Campbell Company in the 1950s after serving in the US Navy as a Submarine Quartermaster during WWII. Having graduated the University of Southern California, Colly worked closely with his father-in-law Bob McCourt Jr. in sales and marketing selling industrial parcels in the city of Fontana. During the 1960s, Colly applied what he learned from his Fontana experience and opened up a branch of the W. Ross Campbell Company in Riverside developing industrial parcels on his own. Later, Colly would move his business downtown and transform his business into Eagle Properties Corporation—becoming the leading commercial broker in Riverside. Notably, Colly became the developer for Box Springs Industrial Park (now Sycamore Canyon) in the 1970s. There he teamed up with Linkletter Enterprises to develop 200 acres, which ultimately became home to Kinder Manufacturing, La Salle Deich, and many other companies.

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Shawn’s grandfather Robert McCourt Jr. (“Bob”) joined the W. Ross Campbell Company in the 1930s. There he transacted one of the largest office transactions in the history of the company. In partnership with Connecticut General and Metropolitan Life Insurance companies, Bob created the mortgage banking division of the W. Ross Campbell Company. He served as President of the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce before setting his sights on acquiring a 500-acre parcel in Fontana. There he created Fontana Industries Inc. and parceled out the “hog farm” (the parcel’s nickname) to many companies looking to expand into the region. By doing so, Bob played a major role in the City of Fontana’s industrial base, particularly Kaiser Steel.

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Shawn’s great-grandfather Robert McCourt Sr. (“R. L.”) was very active in the development of the Textile, Central Manufacturing and Harbor Districts of Los Angeles. During that time, R. L. had a successful career in the clothing business when real estate owner W. Ross Campbell asked him if he’d rather sell real estate by the foot rather than fabric by the square yard. R. L. ultimately joined the W. Ross Campbell Company and becoming the President of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce in the 1930s.

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