My Involvement in Retail Broker Network

Retail Broker Network is a professional network connecting brokers in major markets throughout the US. It is a place where like-minded brokers can share information, network and refer business.

Growth as a Commercial Real Estate Broker

When you get your first job you expect to learn and grow… to be promoted, to gather experience under your belt, to become a subject matter expert. These things do not end when you hit a certain work milestone.

Nashville, Why Nashville?

For locals, transplants, and visitors alike Nashville has become a city that delivers. I’ve had a front row seat throughout my career to the expansion in size and notoriety of this great market.

Site Selection Assumptions

Recently a trend has been emerging within the conversations I have with clients and prospective clients about sites for their restaurant and retail locations. They hear the buzz, look at the analytics, and then naturally make some assumptions about where they want to be.


What’s Going On With Corporate Real Estate Part 1: The Restaurant Industry

When you think corporate real estate, the restaurant industry is probably not the first thing that comes to your mind but it is for me. This segment of the market is a specialty for me and holds a special place in my heart. It has seen significant changes the past 6 years with mass consolidation of the restaurant industry.

letter of intent

Letter of Intent

You are an owner or manger and you’ve been tasked with finding a new location for your business. You hear brokers using a lot of real estate terms, one of which is Letter of Intent or LOI. What exactly is an LOI and why would I use one?

Building Business Relationships

Building Business Relationships

If I could ask you what you believe makes a successful real estate business, I am betting you would say: a company who knows the market and how to market their business while delivering amazing customer service. And that would be absolutely right.


We Understand the Market & Our Clients Needs