A Commercial Real Estate Management Leader
Mar West Real Estate is a full service, commercial real estate management firm specializing in the formation and management of Commercial Property Owners' Associations (similar to Home Owners Association or "HOA" management) but with complex commercial buildings and business parks. These are also known as Property Owners Associations and Commercial Associations.
Property Management Services
We serve commercial real estate developers, owners and lenders in the Western United States directly and/or through our affiliates. Although our underlying business is commercial real estate, the Mar West Real Estate team realizes that our true business is really about people and relationships. So, although we deploy the most up to date technology tools to help make your solutions more efficient, they do not and will not ever replace the personal touch provided by our team members.
Commercial Property Management Solutions
In addition to providing traditional "third party" commercial property management, Mar West Real estate also specializes in asset management, distressed real estate asset support, construction/project management for new commercial real estate developments and consulting services.
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CAĂ‚â€”One of the first land deals in the state's post-redevelopment agency world has finally concluded after 1.5 years in escrow.
Posted on 21 May 2013 | 12:03 pm
LOS ANGELESĂ‚â€”Joaquin de Monet, the president and CEO of GE Capital-owned Arden Realty, is leaving the company Ă‚â€śby mutual agreement,Ă‚â€ť GlobeSt.com has learned.
Posted on 21 May 2013 | 10:43 am
LAS VEGAS-GlobeSt.com networked broadly during ICSC after hours. From Marcus & Millichap's retail trends event to the Diversity Reception to JLL, C&W and Faris Lee cocktail parties. But partying aside, retail execs still spoke frankly to us about market outlook.
Posted on 21 May 2013 | 8:58 am
LAS VEGAS-According to ICSC worldwide chairman Brad Hutensky, the shopping center business is explodingĂ‚â€”countries like Brazil, China and places in Latin America and the Middle East are leading the way.
Posted on 21 May 2013 | 8:38 am
IRVINE, CA-In an UPDATE to an earlier story, an increase of single-family building permits and foreclosures in the Reno market should provide some inventory, but not enough to satisfy demand, according to RealtyTrac.
Posted on 21 May 2013 | 8:01 am