Re’Nauta is an office tenant representation broker in Atlanta experienced in representing clients with multiple locations throughout the US. Her clients include Mister Car Wash, Radio One, and Pop Rocks to name a few. She is also a leader who aspires to inspire action while, at the same time, is grounded in financial information that leverages the business.
She is a graduate of the ACBR Diversity Mentorship Program and currently sits on the Diversity Committee. She also is a graduate of the 2018 CREW Leadership Program which she completed simultaneously while participating in the ACBR Diversity Mentorship Program. She is currently pursuing her CCIM designation which only 10% of commercial real estate professionals have obtained.
Leaders within the Atlanta chapter of CoreNet Global, the professional association for corporate real estate executives, share what they're hearing from clients as Atlanta companies reopen their offices.
Heather Lamb emerged as a leader within the city's commercial real estate industry during her nearly decade-long stint at CBRE
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Mall owners are trying to adapt to broader U.S. consumer behavior, including the popularity of online shopping — a trend accelerated by the recent Covid-19 pandemic.
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Single-tenant net lease assets have historically low volatility and offer investors a passive management style.
While many are expecting a pause in 2020 or 2021, office developers are starting projects today to deliver into what is forecasted to be a strong market in 2022, GlobeSt.com reports EXCLUSIVELY.
Dollar stores, that is. Brands in this stalwart category of the net lease sector are upping the ante on service, with plans to cash in on the growing trend toward “customer experience.”
The 125,942-square-foot building is fully occupied by Duke Health.
In the recent trade of the retail portion of the Burbank Collection, the buyer secured maximum proceeds as the loan was sized to 76.5% of purchase price and 75% of value.
As the industry continues to iron out the regulatory process, investment interest should grow.
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