QualityFirst Commercial Real Estate has announced the launch of its new Web site, http://qualityfirstcommercial.com. QualityFirst Commercial Real Estate provides a range of commercial real estate services in addition to the traditional brokerage functions of leasing, tenant representation and sales. Their added services include commercial bank real estate-owned (REO) evaluation, commercial real estate management, receivership and advising on non-performing notes.
"We are organized to provide not only standard traditional brokerage services as we have in the past, but we also offer what we call the ‘cradle to grave’ “spectrum," said Steven Martini, president of QualityFirst Commercial. “Our partners have been handling default related work since 1988 and have the ability to assist the owner, tenant, investor or the lender with collections, workouts, litigation, bankruptcy, foreclosure, receivership, evictions, post-sale property management, escrow, leasing, sales and marketing, all under one umbrella. I would estimate that one in every five sales today fits into a distressed category, meaning the property is either bank owned (or will be soon), has negative cash flow declining value or a note sale where the borrower is delinquent.”
Martini has extensive knowledge and multi state experience in commercial real estate brokerage, non-performing commercial assets, pre foreclosure note sales, acquisitions, dispositions, development and real estate management in California, Nevada and Arizona. Martini and his partners have the advantage of utilizing their established network, legal background and foreclosure management services. Martini is a graduate of the University of Vermont and member of several professional and community-based organizations, including the Urban Land Institute, Receivers Forum, California Youth Lacrosse League and the San Diego Yacht Club.
"In difficult financial times it is essential for everyone, including the landlords, tenants, lenders, investors, and real estate mangers, to work with professionals who understand today’s changing marketplace," said Martini. "The players and processes are different than they were two years ago, and those who don’t see it and understand it will be left behind and either miss opportunities or find themselves in difficult situations.”
For more information, visit http://qualityfirstcommercial.com.