New Jersey CRE Alliance Announces Opening

Posted by Orb Staff on January 07, 2010 No Comments
Categories : Commercial Mortgage

After two years of laying the groundwork, New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson has launched the New Jersey Commercial Real Estate Alliance (NJCREA), an organization designed to provide collaborative advice from all the active professional disciplines involved in commercial real estate transactions.

‘Regardless of whether prospective clients are planning to buy, sell, build, renovate, lease, remodel, relocate or refinance commercial real estate, NJCREA aims to bring together highly regarded commercial real estate experts to examine and advise on ways to overcome the challenges that arise in real estate and construction projects by utilizing a unique and collaborative 'think tank' team approach,’ says Darren Lizzack, associate vice president at NAI James E. Hanson.

NJCREA's members include accountants (The Hunter Group), appraisers (Welsh Chester Galiney Matone, Inc.), architects (IS&L Architecture), attorneys (Winne, Banta, Hetherington, Basralian & Kahn PC), brokers (NAI James E. Hanson), business incentives (Walton Management, Services Inc.), capital providers (G.S. Wilcox & Co.), construction management providers (SKANSKA), general contractors (Heuer & Company), engineering firms (Langan Engineering & Environmental Services), insurance providers (Ronald Diskin Associates Corp.) and title providers (Midland Abstract).

Services offered by NJCREA include site and building analysis, title search, environmental studies, surveying, real estate brokerage, project financing, banking solutions, appraisal services, accounting and financial management, conceptual planning, commercial insurance, green building concepts, architectural and interior design, site engineering, planning and zoning board representation, as well as reconstruction (following the completion of the project).

SOURCE: New Jersey Commercial Real Estate Alliance

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