LaMean Koroma


Cresa Washington DC

2 Bethesda Metro Center
Suite 900
Bethesda, MD 20814
301.951.6500 main
Download vCard
Download as PDF


LaMean Koroma, an Advisor at Cresa Washington DC, is a specialist in strategic planning who works to form a stronger competitive standing for his clients by creating comprehensive real estate plans under current market conditions. Using a disciplined approach to analyze space needs, LaMean manages the real estate process and successfully achieves innovative lease terms and occupancy cost savings for corporate space users in a variety of industries, including associations, non-profits, law firms, government contractors and companies within the financial and technology sectors.

Professional Experience

As a political science major at Howard University, LaMean began his career in a support role at the Library of Congress in the Office of Workforce Diversity, where he received wide recognition for his work implementing new minority outreach programs. Subsequently, LaMean’s interest in legislation propelled his work as a keystone fundraiser for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign and a stint as an intern for the United States Conference of Mayors where he worked in conjunction with executives writing proposals and promoting climate change policy implementation.

LaMean began his sales career with AT&T Mobility where he achieved over $1 Million in product sales annually, securing his rank within the top three sales consultants for the DC regional market for three consecutive years.  Most recently, LaMean served as a Territory Sales Manager for CoStar Group in Washington, DC, where he continued to rank amongst the top sales representatives and was responsible for listing, marketing, and assisting in the sale of commercial properties ranging from $100,000 to $15,000,000.


District of Columbia Building Industry Association (DCBIA), Member


  • On-the-Spot Award Recipient, Library of Congress, 2007
  • 6x Summit Gold Award Recipient, AT&T Mobility, 2011-2013


  • B.S. Political Science, Howard University
  • Masters in Real Estate Development, Georgetown University (Expected 2017)