ALAN CODI

LICENSED REAL ESTATE

 &

 BUSINESS BROKER

  SINCE 1978





 In 1999 I assembled and rezoned the 10 properties that now make up
Bonita Village. I sold them to my good friend the late Kenney Schryver
Kenney was well known for developing:
Tin City in Naples. The Cove Inn... The Dock restaurant...
and the  Great Canoe Race...and many other Naples landmarks.




Victoria Green owns the most succesful
boutique in Southwest Florida!
Click Here for a quick visit!



My good friends Bob and Leslie Jacobs
 owned Pawn shops up North,
they now spend as much time as they can
in Bonita Springs



This was a great transaction for everyone involved! The owner,
 
Bill Stone, was a former  President of the  Naples Board of Realtors.
I felt honored that he chose me to market his office building!



 I was the Managing Broker Lewes Beach office.
1982-1989. Anderson-Stokes was by far the
largest real estate company on the Eastern Seaboard




 In 1994 Naples "Mayor Bill" appointed me
  The Affordable Housing Commissioner for the City.
We put together several nice projects to assist single mothers
despite strong resistance from certain Collier County Commissioners




All letters from Tax Collectors should be this nice!
Imagine opening a letter ftom the Tax Collector's office:
You expect the bad news about how much you owe.
What a pleasant surprise!! I checked the calendar for April 1st
Truth is: I sold A LOT of businesses that year!
Thank-you Guy Carlton! You were a good friend!



Sales License in 1974 (age 20),  
Actively Licensed Broker since 1978.






With John Steinwand, President of the Naples Board of Realtors.
Award for the most commercial property Sold in Naples 1999





With Steve Oyer, President of Coldwell-Banker Commercial.
Award for the most businesses sold in 1997


Top Sales Leader in Business Opportunities Naples 1996



1976 My good friend Timothy Ahouwa,
Ambassador from Cote D'Ivoire, in West Africa
Congratulates me for succesfully marketing
Ivoirian Cotton-cloth dyed clothing to Washington D.C.
retailers. (I was 22) hippies loved them!


1966 My first Judo demonstration  (Age 12)
In Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire in West Africa
I'm second from the right holding the saber.
By the age of 16 (48 years ago) I earned a judo black belt 2nd Dan
and 2 years of kick-boxing experience,
the precursor of M.M.A. It's an exciting sport
although it can be painful at times
Not once did I ever lose a tournament!
Being-double jointed gave me the edge





Multi -Year Ambassador, 1993-1998.
Naples Chamber of Commerce


1972 American University Wash D.C.
Double Major. Business & Performing Arts
With the Wofltrap Dance Company.
(Dancing is less painful than kickboxing)


Cryptologist. Naval Intelligence
top security clearance

I HAVE MANY OTHER REFERENCES
AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS SINCE 1974  

THE NUMBER OF COMPLAINTS FILED AGAINST ME
IN MY 45 YEARS WITH THE BOARD OF REALTORS = ZERO

THE NUMBER OF ARBITRATIONS & LAWSUITS IN 45 YEARS IN BUSINESS = ZERO
 
I'VE ONLY APPEARED IN COURT AS A PAID EXPERT WITNESS.

I take great pride in how I assist my friends
achieve their goals.

I treat everyone the way I would like to be treated.

It's worked pretty well so far.


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1974 -1978  Property Manager. Washington DC.

Alan Codi was born on the U.S. Air Force base in Ankara, Turkey where his Father was stationed. Alan first started as a Realtor leasing and maintaining rent-controlled apartment buidings while studying accounting and performing arts at American University in Washington D.C.  Weekends were spent bartending and cooking in various Washington area restaurants and hotels.

1978-1982  Broker/Owner, Codi Realty . Washington DC

Qualified for a Broker's license and formed Codi Realty,  managing apartment buildings in the Glover Park neighborhood of Washington  D.C. During that time he was also involved in the sale and renovation efforts of the hundreds of historic brownstone townhouse shells in the Northeast area of Capitol Hill  that were torched during the 1968 Martin Luther King assassination riots.

1982 -1989 Manager,  Anderson-Stokes Realtors.  Lewes Delaware

Moved to Lewes Delaware, a historic seaside town founded in 1631 by Dutch Settlers (aka as "the First Town in The First State) located North of Ocean City Maryland  . There he managed and sold investment homes and condos while participating in varied renovation and development projects. He was the manager of the Lewes Beach Office of  Anderson-Stokes, the largest realty company on the Eastern Seaboard

1989 -1993 Resident Manager, Bolongo Resorts,  St. Thomas USVI.   

Following the investment real estate market crash of 1987, Dick and Joyce Doumeng  hired Alan and his new bride Valerie to work in resort management on the Island of St. Thomas U.S.V.I.  The Doumengs owned and operated the Bolongo Bay Beach and Tennis Club, The Limetree Resort and the Elysian Luxury Resort, all on St. Thomas. Alan was resident manager and Valerie was food & beverage manager. They lasted 3 seasons of hurricanes (and good fun). Our favorite Island hang-outs were Orient Bay on the French Side of St. Martin, and the beach at the beautiful little village of  St. Anne on the French Island of Guadeloupe.

1993 -2000 Realtor/Agent, Coldwell-Banker Commercial. Naples Fl.  

Ready to return to reality and leave the annual hurricanes strikes behind, Valerie and Alan Settled in  Naples Florida.  For six years Alan worked with Mike Carr Sr. in the commercial division of Coldwell-Banker, specializing in the sale of businesses.  Alan was a two-term affordable housing commissioner for Collier County, a Diplomat for the Naples Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Legal Affairs Committee of the Naples Area Board of Realtors, responsible for reviewing commercial sales contracts.

2000-2003. Broker/Associate,  Naples Realty Services . Naples FL

After 6 years at Coldwell-Banker, Alan joined Naples Realty Services Inc. an association of 200  independent Realtors in SW Florida. During that time Alan assembled the properties for Kenney Schryvers' new Bonita Village project.  Alan deals in businesses, land development and commercial buildings. Consistently a top producer, he understands Buyers and Sellers and has earned his reputation for discretion and fair-dealing.

2003 - 2017.  Broker/Owner,  ACODI Realty  Bonita Springs FL

Moved to the Cartwright Court House in Bonita Springs from Naples. In December of 2004, Alan married Diana Macia of Medellin Colombia. Their son Alex Pablo was born in November 2005, followed by the birth of their daughterJuliana  Paloma in June of 2008 .

APRIL  2009  ACODI Realty Welcome Center  open for business!

Alan is on the Complaints Committee for the Naples Area Board of Realtors. (NABOR)

With his family in the U.S. Diplomatic Corp, Alan was born in Ankara Turkey where his father was the chief CIA Officer for the area. Alan grew up in Beirut Lebanon, Ankara Turkey and Cote D'ivoire in West Africa, he speaks French fluently.  Call him anytime at (239) 571-3300 and his wife Diana is originally Colombian...so her Spanish is pretty good! email: alancodi@gmail.com