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Clark Turner

Assistant Vice President, Investment Services

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Encore Management Corporations

National Minority Aids Council

OTJ Architects

Society for Conservation Biology

Society of American Florists

Teamsters Union

Clark C. Turner, Assistant Vice President with West, Lane & Schlager Investment Services Group, assists his clients with strategic analysis, underwriting, in addition to acquisition and disposition advisory services.


Since joining the Investment Services Group of WLS in 2007, Clark has managed and assisted in over $100 million of Commercial Real Estate transactions throughout the greater Washington, D.C. area, encompassing office, retail and land deals. His background is in the Northern Virginia submarkets, including the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor, Falls Church, Loudoun County, and Southeastern Fairfax areas. He has comprehensively surveyed these markets and has become familiar with the jurisdictions, key players, and intricacies of completing deals in each. Clark has used this same strategy and applied it to closing deals in various other submarkets within D.C. and Maryland in order to provide the best market knowledge and service to his clients. Clark assists with all WLS project teams with portfolio and financial analysis and market evaluation.

Education & Professional Affiliations

Clark graduated the University of Virginia with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. He is an active member in the Ballston/Virginia Square Partnership and the Southeast Fairfax Economic Development Committee. Clark currently holds his real estate license in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. He is also certified in ARGUS Valuation.


Outside the office, Clark enjoys hiking, sailing and traveling whenever possible. He was recently married and lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, Karen.

Society for Conservation Biology

The professional organization engaged WLS to evaluate their existing real estate situation and ultimately help find a buyer for their building.

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National Low Income Housing Coalition

The Washington, D.C. based nonprofit determined it needed to reassess their inefficient layout and costs as their lease was expiring within the next two years.

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