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Our Team

At Spectrum Commercial Properties, each member of our team has many years of experience in Commercial Real Estate. Each of us has expertise and knowledge in all areas of Commercial Real Estate, which serves our goal to give you the best advice and representation available.

John L. Snedigar, Broker - In Charge

John L. Snedigar

John L. Snedigar, Broker - In Charge

Direct: (864) 335-3040
Mobile: (864) 979-1978
Email: Jack@SpectrumCarolinas.com

Jack received a BS Degree in Business Administration in 1975 from the University of Tennessee. Prior to graduation he started a real estate and construction company. He has been involved since then with every aspect of real estate from the ground up including construction, construction management, development, brokerage, leasing, workouts, re-financing of huge commercial portfolios, re-positioning of multifamily properties, & property management. Jack is an avid golfer, racquet-baller, water skier, and a supporter of The University of Tennessee. He participates in numerous charity events each year and supports the Wounded Warrior Project and other charities. He lives in Greenville with his wife Kathy. They have two grown sons and two grandsons, all living in Greenville. Jack launched Spectrum Commercial Properties in 2007. In addition to this commercial brokerage company, he also has started Spectrum Commercial Property Management and Spectrum Commercial Development which have been very successful in serving the needs of his clients.


 “At the risk of breaking protocol, as the seller in that transaction, I also want to thank and congratulate Jack.” - David Krieger

Scott C. Snedigar, Sales Associate

Scott C. Snedigar

Scott C. Snedigar, Sales Associate

Direct: (864) 335-3042
Mobile: (864) 444-4814
Email: Scott@SpectrumCarolinas.com

Scott C. Snedigar has spent 20 years managing, developing, and implementing electrical schematics for commercial and industrial properties throughout the Southern region. Developing complex plans and participating in the creation and design of places as immense as the Shops of Greenridge, Biltmore Park Town Square, and 1,000,000 square foot plants for clients such as Clearwater Paper, Michelin, & Caterpillar, prompted Scott to develop an interest and passion for commercial real estate. Scott has an intimate working knowledge of all types of commercial structures and his background and knowledge of the intricate steps that go into constructing an operational structure has given him a keen eye to see the potential in properties, and to see how those properties can be improved and utilized to their full potential by his clients. Scott specializes in industrial properties, including manufacturing, warehouse, distribution facilities and land. Scott is an avid skier, hunter, and outdoorsman. He lives in Greenville with his wife Jaclyn and their two dogs, Cali and Max.

Timothy Brett

Timothy Brett

Timothy Brett

Timothy A. Brett Managed Carroll Campbell’s Congressional & Gubernatorial campaigns and served on both of his Congressional & Gubernatorial staffs.  Tim also served two terms in S.C. House of Representatives and was a former DOT Commissioner. He was awarded the Order of the Palmetto the State’s highest award given to a citizen of South Carolina by the governor. Mr. Brett served as Director of Public Relations and Governmental Affairs for Michelin North America and opened a public relations company over 20 years ago. He was active in building the coalition that defeated the Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson hospital merger.


Tim has been a licensed Real Estate Broker for 35 years and managed the purchase of McAlister Square by Greenville Tech to create the University Center and represented GHS in the successful approval of the new medical school.


His clients over the years have included Michelin, Milliken, Republic, Wal-mart, Virginia College, GHS, St. Francis Hospital, Greenville Tech, Spartanburg Regional Hospital, and Blue Cross.


His community involvement included serving for over a decade as a trustee for Newberry College and chairing the search committee that hired Dr. Mick Zais as president.  He also chaired the Salvation Army during the $15 million local capital campaign to match the $60 million Kroc Foundation gift that built the new Kroc Center in Greenville.