East Central Florida’s premier commercial real estate brokerage quickly adds several properties under management
Ormond Beach, Fla. (June 5, 2018) – SVN|Alliance, East Central Florida’s best-in-class commercial real estate brokerage, now includes institutional-quality property management in its roster of available client services. Since launching in April this year, the SVN|Alliance Property Management team has secured several accounts by offering custom-built systems and programs to ensure the best service and value for clients.
“We’re pleased to add the ability to provide outstanding, full-service property management to our growing client base,” said Carl Lentz IV, principal and president, who launched SVN Alliance in June 2016 with principals Tim Davis, CCIM; Chris Butera; John Trost, CCIM; and Barbara Coomber. “Our clients have asked for this service and now they have it. It’s part of the SVN mission to provide our advisors with all the high-quality resources needed to best serve their clients.”
Professional property management enhances ownership objectives by focusing on maximizing asset value, cash flow, and investment strategies. SVN clients will achieve the highest tenant retention and income growth through the exemplary services provided by the property management team. The approach for each property is unique with custom-built systems and tailored management programs designed to ensure the best service and value for long-term property success.
SVN|Alliance gained property management capabilities through a strategic relationship with Naples-based SVN|KOVA, which currently manages more than 3.5 million square feet of commercial assets. With the expansion of property management in Ormond Beach, this number is expected to grow an additional 400,000 square feet by year’s end. SVN|KOVA offers customized management plans which evaluate, stabilize, report, and manage properties.
SVN|KOVA offers customized management plans which evaluate, stabilize, report, and manage properties. SVN|Alliance will utilize SVN|KOVA’s institutional-quality property management services, industry specific technology and accounting expertise to serve the diverse needs of every client and assure comprehensive asset management.
“We are eager about the state-wide growth opportunity for delivering exceptional property management service,” said Kim Gaglia, partner and senior vice president of SVN | KOVA Property Management. “We are thrilled to team with SVN | Alliance and to extend our best-in-class property management service to its clients. We look forward to working with other SVN offices across the state to offer this service and value to each SVN client.”
As part of SVN Florida’s robust platforms, SVN advisors have readily available access to leading-edge marketing, capital funding and accelerated sales tools for their clients. SVN is the only commercial real estate company that aggressively markets all its properties to the entire brokerage and investment community offering 50 percent of commissions to cooperating brokers 100 percent of the time. This open, transparent and collaborative approach to real estate brokerage maximizes value for owners and is the SVN difference.
SVN, a commercial real estate brokerage firm headquartered in Boston, is one of the industry’s most recognized brands based on the annual Lipsey Top Brand Survey. With more than 200 locations in 500 markets, SVN Commercial Real Estate Advisors provide sales, leasing and property management services to more than 5,550 clients worldwide. The Florida team consists of more than 110 advisors serving locations across the state. SVN advisors represent clients in office, multifamily, retail, industrial, self-storage, hospitality, marina, mobile home park and land transactions. All SVN offices are independently owned and operated. For more information on SVN Florida, visit www.svnflorida.com.
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