J. Peter Whatmore, SIOR

Sr. VP & Chairman Southwestern Ontario,
CBRE Limited

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CBRE Limited
380 Wellington St Suite 30
London, ON
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Phone: +1 15192862000

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Peter Whatmore is the Senior Vice President, Broker and Chairman of CBRE Southwestern Ontario. Peter was the Managing Director for 40 years of SWO for CBRE, including London, Waterloo Region and Windsor and continues as Managing Director of CBRE's Special Properties Group. Peter has been actively involved in major brokerage transactions throughout his 45-year career.

Peter has extensive commercial real estate background, and has specialized in major investment, retail development, industrial and institutional transactions across Southwestern Ontario throughout his career. Peter opened the first commercial real estate office in London in 1979 that specialized exclusively in non-residential transactions. Through various evolutions that office has today, become the largest commercial brokerage firm operating in the Southwestern Ontario Region.

Peter directs the efforts of CBRE Special Properties Group (SPG) throughout North America. Special Properties Group is a niche-marketing group that specializes in the disposition and aquisition of major industrial facilities in ex-urban markets, throughout Canada and the USA.

Peter obtained his SIOR designation (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) in 1994. Peter is a Past Director of SIOR and currently serves as Director of the SIOR Foundation.


  • Managing Director, CBRE | Special Properties Group across North America, Past President, SIOR Canada Executive, Past President, SIOR Central Canadian Chapter Executive, Past Chairman, OREA foundation, Past Director, St. Joseph's Healthcare London & St. Joseph's Healthcare Foundation (Chairman), Past Chair, St. John Ambulance, Founding Director, Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO), Served as National Chair, IC&I Council of Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA)


  • Peter obtained his Society of Industrial Office Realtors (SIOR) designation in 1994