Sam LeGeyt

Partner | Broker

Committed to helping Maine businesses thrive, Sam has earned a reputation for being hardworking, smart, and trustworthy. He specializes in the industrial, office, and investment markets and provides strategic planning, site searches, and representation for buyers, tenants, sellers, and landlords, as well as commercial property valuation and consulting services. Known for his insightful market analysis, Sam’s valuation reports and consulting are relied upon by several local banks. A team player, Sam joined The Dunham Group in 2018 for the mentorship opportunities, and enjoys learning from and collaborating with other brokers to serve his and the firm’s clients’ best interest. As a high-volume producer, he has consistently earned the trust and respect of clients, our team, and even our competitors. This success led him to be elected Partner of the firm in 2024.

“Sam is hungry; he stays on top of it. His follow-up and follow-through abilities are impeccable. He is one of the most straightforward people in the company.”  – Frank O’Connor, CCIM, SIOR

Active in several Greater Portland nonprofit organizations, Sam currently serves on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland and their Land Development Committee. Sam is also currently serving as a Director on The Maine Commercial Association of Realtors Board of Directors and is an active member of MEREDA (Maine Real Estate and Development Association).

Sam has worked in commercial real estate since 2014 and has successfully brokered transactions in all sectors of commercial real estate. A graduate of UNH’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, Sam earned his degree in both Finance and Management, with a minor in Real Estate. Outside of the office, Sam enjoys being outdoors. He is an avid golfer and skier and can often be found at Sugarloaf or enjoying the outdoors with his wife, Meg, and chocolate lab, Willy.

Notable Transactions

  • 1601 Congress Street, Portland: 30,000± SF Multi-Tenant Medical Office Building sale. Sam helped owners to organize information on multiple tenants and organize a new tenant for the vacant space in order to complete the sale.
  • 40 Center Street, Scarborough: Speculative Development. Sam leased two 4,000 SF suites prior to construction completion for an investor whose company occupies the remainder of the property.
  • 557 Riverside Street, Portland: 3 building Industrial Campus sale, setting a price per/SF record in Portland at the time, Sam assisted multiple family members in the sale of remaining real estate after the family business was sold.
  • 202 Larrabee Road, Westbrook: 25,529 SF Office Building Disposition sale. Sam and team advised ownership on sale/leaseback disposition strategy for consolidation of space, regionally.