Not all brokers are created equal.
I'm often asked "Aren't all real estate brokers the same?"
While I can't blame anyone for asking this question, I like to respond with a resounding "NO!"
In this increasingly complex world, you need a broker that can tackle your toughest real estate challenges.
E. John Wood
Industrial & Logistics @ CBRE
At the end of the day, people just want a fair deal. But in today’s competitive business world a fair deal isn’t enough – I want to get you the greatest value. A fair deal feels good for the first few months, but the greatest value pays dividends for years to come. These are my greatest strengths as a broker:
I use my Georgia Tech Industrial Engineering background to solve your toughest real estate problems. Logistics and supply chain are my specialties.
Insight & Connections
I grew up in the real estate business. Meeting developers and owners throughout the years has given me an inside glimpse into how they think about real estate.
By approaching each transaction from the perspective of an investor, I’m able to uncover additional savings that can be passed on to you, the tenant. Comps just can’t unlock the same potential.
Industrial, warehouse, distribution, and flex properties
CBRE Group, Inc. is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, with 2014 revenues of $9.0 billion. CBRE has been included in the Fortune 500 since 2008, and has been named one of Fortune’s “Most Admired Companies” in the real estate sector for three years in a row. Here’s why we’re ahead of the competition:
CBRE has the largest transaction database in the industry, providing you unrivaled leverage in negotiations.
Size & Scale
With 450+ offices in over 60 countries worldwide, CBRE has the size and scale to handle any requirement with a local personal touch.
At CBRE we use investor data and financial analytics to maximize savings for our tenants.
How can I serve?
- Provide the latest market information
- Find savings in your existing lease
- Lease negotiations
- Purchase negotiations
- Tenant improvement negotiations (new carpet, additional racking, etc.)
- Sublease unused space
- Lease or sell your building
- Explore build-to-suit opportunities
- Facilitate a sale leaseback
- Identify available alternatives in the market