Meet the Team

Robert Dikman

Robert Dikman

Broker, Owner Learn More
Robert Dikman

Robert Dikman

Broker, Owner

Phone: (813) 251-5288  Email:
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Bob Dikman has established himself as an extremely creative, knowledgeable, hardworking commercial and industrial real estate professional. He is highly regarded within Tampa Bay’s real estate community for his integrity, business acumen, and community involvement.

Bob is a fourth generation real estate practitioner with a solid list of achievements to his credit, including the leasing of more than five million square feet of office/warehouse space. Bob has also brokered sales in excess of $500 million worth of properties. He has extensive experience in build-to-suit transactions and rail-related projects. Over the past few years, Bob has provided turnkey build-to-suit projects for the following:

United Rentals — A 20,500-square-foot build-to-suit grade level office/maintenance facility on 9 acres

Loomis Armored — A 32,000-square-foot build-to-suit; long-term lease

Advanced Disposal — A 20,000-square-foot build-to-suit office maintenance facility with a sophisticated natural gas fueling  station; long-term lease on 9 acres

2210 Massaro — A 30,600-square-foot Class A waterfront industrial building

Bob has distinguished himself as the only Realtor in the country having achieved all four
of the distinguished designations SIOR, CCIM, CRB, and ALC.

Professional Designations:

SIOR—Society of Industrial & Office Realtors
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CCIM — Certified Commercial Investment Member
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CRB — Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager
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ALC — Accredited Land Consultant
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Past and Present Professional and Community Activities:

ULI—Urban Land Institute
NAR—National Association of Realtors
FAR—Florida Association of Realtors
RLI—Realtors Land Institute, Florida Chapter Past President
Florida Gulf-Coast Association of Realtors Past Director
NAIOP—National Association of Industrial Office Parks
Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce
Florida Economic Development Council
Tampa Committee of 100
SIOR Florida Chapter Past President
SIOR Council of Chapter Presidents Past Speaker
The Tampa Connection
Leadership USF
Guardian Ad Litem Guild Past President and Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Active Volunteer
48 Hours at Sebring Presented by Champion Porsche, Sponsor Chair
Sebastien Bourdais/Patrick Long Pro Am Kart 4 Kids, Inc., Sponsor Chair

Renee Tate

Renee Tate

Licensed Associate, Executive Assistant, Administrative Services Learn More
Renee Tate

Renee Tate

Licensed Associate, Executive Assistant, Administrative Services

Phone: (813) 251-5288  Email:

Renee Tate has been an integral part of The Dikman Company team since 2008. She handles administrative support in all areas of The Dikman Company. Her primary focus is on the financial, operations and insurance side of the property management division. She also manages The Dikman Company portfolio of owned properties as well as buildings The Dikman Company is developing as company-owned build-to-suits, working closely with the general contractor and banks, and interacts with all of our tenants on a regular basis.

“Renee understands the needs of our tenants sometimes better than even our tenants do. She’s very good at looking ahead to avoid issues down the road. She’s professional and responsive to our clients’ needs and our clients appreciate that.”
~ Bob Dikman, Chairman and CEO of The Dikman Company

Prior to joining The Dikman Company, Renee was a construction loan administrator for SunTrust Bank. With Renee’s knowledge of inspections, construction draws, Florida lien laws and costs associated with build-to-suit projects, her experience at SunTrust has been advantageous.

Renee has worked in the real estate industry for more than 30 years in both residential and commercial management in Florida, Texas and Washington, D.C. In Texas, Renee was an executive administrative assistant for Alliance Residential Management, reporting to a senior vice president responsible for nine regional directors. Working with the regional directors, Renee was responsible for collecting property reports both marketing and financial, scheduling meetings and making travel arrangements. In D.C., Renee prepared budgets, analyzed leases and billed tenants according to their leases for the office buildings managed.