Meet Our Team

Sheri Arnold is the Principal/Broker for Coldwell Banker Commercial Arnold and Associates in Southeast Texas and recently expanded that footprint into San Antonio when she purchased Coldwell Banker Commercial Alamo City from D’Ann Harper. With over 30 years of economic development experience, Sheri has extensive depth of knowledge in the industrial sector, offices sale and leases, retail development, large land transactions and investment properties. Her clients have ranged from international industrial groups such as Air Liquide, Exxon Mobile, and Total, to retailers such as Chico’s, McDonald’s, Walgreens,  Jack in the Box and other national chains. Whether representing the tenant, landlord, developer, investor, buyer or seller, Sheri is known for her negotiation and communication skills to successfully complete complex transactions. Involved in numerous civic and charitable organizations, Sheri also holds the notable CCIM designation, is an active member of CREW San Antonio and the national CREW network, long term member of ICSC, and leads Coldwell Banker Corporate’s national Advisory Board as one of eight members. Her dedication to these organizaHons has expanded her network of brokers and clientele to include owners and brokers both regionally, nationally, and internationally. Sheri is a trusted member of the commercial real estate community and is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow in Rotary, former recipient of the Greater Beaumont Chamber’s Volunteer of the Year, named as a southeast Texas Pioneering Woman and, most recently, was awarded the Athena Award from the Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce. A graduate of Sam Houston State University, Sheri earned a BS in Business Management which has proven extremely beneficial in her entrepreneurial efforts as well as her accomplishments in small business ownership. She is also a graduate of the Economic Development Institute in Norman, OK and has taught commercial real estate classes to students at Lamar University. Sheri is married to Jefferson County Commissioner, Eddie Arnold, and divides her time between Southeast Texas and San Antonio. Contact Sheri at


Matthew Baylor began his career with Coldwell Banker Commercial in 2000 in Mt. Salem, Oregon. As a native Texan, he moved back to San Antonio in 2002, where he began to lead his team to complete complex transactions and has worked with a full range of commercial properties and developments, both locally and within the region. Matthew has formed strong relationships with medical professionals, investors, and property owners, developing an extensive networking system to best assist his owners and buyers in the purchase and disposition of investment and user assets. A skilled problem solver, he has the reputation for steadfast, creative thinking that services his clients well.

Matthew is also heavily involved within the community. He is a two-time past president and current member of the BNI Business to Business B2B chapter, in addition to participating in multiple civic and charitable organizations and activities. He is a Paul Harris Fellow with Rotary and serves as current Vice President of the Dominion Rotary. Contact Matthew at 

Notable Accomplishments:

Top Producer, Coldwell Banker Commercial Alamo City
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Three-time Coldwell Banker Commercial Circle of Distinction Recipient

Commercial Eagle Award
2003, 2006, 2008

Paul Harris Fellow Award – Rotary


Bill Cromey is a veteran Commercial Agent with fourteen years of experience in the industry, all of them with Coldwell Banker Commercial Alamo City. He has successfully handled sales and leasing assignments in Industrial, Retail and Office properties and sold Multi- family and land listings. Bill brings many years of international marketing and trading experience in the energy industry to his current practice. That creates a foundational conviction that deal making is a portable skill that takes knowledge, applies it with wisdom and sticks to the basics. His tagline says it best: “Where service and rapport still live and your calls are returned”. Contact Bill at