Commercial Real Estate

Commercial real estate (CRE) is property that is used exclusively for business-related purposes or to provide a workspace and is intended to generate a profit, either through capital gains or rental income. Commercial property includes office buildings, medical centers, hotels, malls, retail stores, multifamily housing buildings, farm land, warehouses, and garages. Multi-unit rental properties that serve as residences for tenants are classified as commercial activity for the landlord. We collaborate with developers, investors, and owners, as well as public and private hospitals, hospital management groups, and large medical practices and clinics.

Office tower to sky

Office buildings or office spaces located in a business district can be defined as a small building such as a single-family home to a very large office tower

Hotel building

Hotels and resort vacation lodging properties utilized for income, tax relief and appreciation.


Buildings restricted to a single or specific use such as a house of worship, a theater, a school, etc.


Zoned for a combination of multiple uses include properties categorized as residential, retail, office, and entertainment.

Escalator In Modern Shopping Mall Shopping Centre

Commercial Retail properties include individual neighborhood stores to large retail centers and shopping malls.

Provo, Utah, USA downtown on Center Street

Small owner-operated businesses with low-monetary commercial transactions such as "main street" or historic town shopping streets.

Modern white townhouses

Residential income properties are buildings leased to multiple tenants. Small Condominiums, townhouses, and large apartment buildings and facilities are classified as residential income properties.


Industrial Properties specialize in the manufacturing and warehousing of products and distribution centers.

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Vacant land used for Agricultural purposes and for food production or for recreational sports.