Scott Coler `85

Scott Coler is President and partner of Capital Pacific Real Estate Inc. Following a position as Project Manager at Costain Homes soon after college, he joined Capital Pacific Homes in 1991. Scott was part of the original management team that negotiated and acquired Capital Pacific Homesí predecessor, the J.M. Peters Company, from the Resolution Trust Corporation, a federal institution that dealt with distressed real estate assets.

After holding various positions within Capital Pacific Homes, Scott became Division President of the Las Vegas division from 1997 to 1999. He subsequently returned to lead the growth and expansion of the companyís Southern California operations, where at its peak in 2006 produced approximately $250 million in annual revenues. During his time at Capital Pacific Homes, Scott developed over 5,000 homes; focused on operational efficiencies, quality awareness and best practices; emphasized team building and employee development; employed innovative product development; and developed expertise in complex entitlements and land development. Today in a challenging real estate environment, Scott spearheaded a company restructure resulting in the newly formed and diversified Capital Pacific Real Estate.

Scott serves on the Executive Board of the regionís Building Industry Association and its related charitable and government affairs commitments, and is a California Licensed General Contractor and a California Licensed Real Estate Broker. Scott also is the incoming President of the Mihaylo Collegeís Executive Council which provides for scholarship and ongoing business interaction with Cal State Fullerton.

BA, Business Administration (Finance, MIS)
California State University Fullerton, 1985

  • California Licensed Real Estate Broker
  • California Licensed General Contractor— B1

For more information contact Amanda Leon at: (657) 278-7918.

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