One shoe doesn’t fit all, and this type of purchase simply requires more knowledge and homework to have it add up, CBRE’s Nathan Holthouser tells GlobeSt.com following a recent diverse portfolio transaction.
LAGUNA BEACH, CA—One shoe doesn’t fit all, and purchasing a diverse portfolio simply requires more knowledge and homework to have it add up, CBRE first VP Nathan Holthouser tells GlobeSt.com. Holthouser recently represented the buyer, local real estate investor 4G Ventures, and the seller, a private partnership (along with Brad and Sara Hinman, two of the founding partners of Hom Sotheby’s International Realty, and Jim Batlle of Coldwell Banker Commercial) in the sale of a 5-property retail portfolio here for $32.9 million.
Holthouser: “Buyers should definitely have an expert by their side to help with the research and analysis needed to properly assess each property’s situation and to evaluate the overall potential of the portfolio.”Holthouser
- See full article at: Globe St by Carrie Rossenfeld | July 13, 2017 at 11:00 AM