West Palm Beach, FL, September 13, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- When National Real Estate Investor® (NREI) recently released its annual ranking of top brokerage companies, there was one big surprise. In the midst of the list of large, established "brand-name" brokerage firms is a small boutique corporate real estate firm headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL - Nationwide-RE.
So how does a small firm with fewer than 10 employees become one of the top-producing brokerages in the world?
“While our head-count is small, our experience is unmatched,” said Nationwide-RE Founder and President Perry Ruda. “We all have extensive logistics backgrounds and nearly 60 years of combined commercial real estate experience,” Ruda continued. “We are, at our core, problem solvers.”
“Members of our team utilize our unique previous experiences for the benefit of our clients; including taking a real estate company public on NASDAQ, using Israeli developed deep data mining techniques, and growing a startup logistics company to a multinational conglomerate in 30 countries.”
For more than a combined 64 years and with more than $2.5 billion in leasing transactions, the partners of Nationwide-RE have been serving corporate tenants throughout the U.S. and Canada. In 2018 to date, the firm has completed industrial leasing transactions totaling more than two million square feet. The firm’s average transaction is 100,000 sq. ft., including projects in excess of 250,000 sq. ft.
Nationwide-RE’s Chief Operating Officer Benjamin Bruner added, “We approach our projects differently. We examine properties beyond a specific geography and instead have a ‘big picture’ view of real estate. We get to know our clients and their competitors inside out and from every angle. Our level of due diligence makes all the difference.”
NREI®’s list of the top-producing global brokerage firms is based on the total value of each firm’s global leasing and investment sales transactions. The list is published by NREI®, the leading authority on trends in the commercial real estate markets for corporate executives and senior-level managers. This is the 15th year the list has been published.
“It’s unheard of that a small boutique corporate real estate firm can out-perform so many of the largest firms in the world,” said Bruner. “But we’re not surprised. Our firm provides sourcing and evaluations that other firms simply don’t. We pride ourselves on understanding all the layers of multi-state commercial real estate business transactions.”
“While we’ve experienced tremendous growth and success, we work with a very select group of clients. We carefully avoid conflicts of interest and don’t accept new clients whose business may compete with an existing client. Our clients appreciate that - and the results we deliver,” Bruner said.
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