McCondichie Properties Management, Inc. asked our firm to evaluate a portfolio of nine properties located throughout the southeast. Each asset was analyzed and an overall investment strategy for the portfolio was recommended.
Tuskeena Properties, LLC, a family-owned entity, needed assistance in developing a disposition strategy for four different shopping centers in Mississippi and Virginia. Each of the centers had various issues but the underlying theme was that they were all overleveraged. By analyzing operating statements and rent rolls, visits to the centers and pertinent market research, we were able to formulate a disposition strategy and are helping the client implement that plan.
We were retained by a family to evaluate an assemblage of 2,330.2 acres in south Fulton County along the Interstate 85 corridor. The property was broken up into several clusters and offered a full range of development possibilities. Our task was to provide an objective assessment of the property and local market in order to help formulate the optimal development/investment strategy.
Shalom Farm, Inc. owned 1,719 acres in Banks County, Georgia. The property was assembled in the 1950s by the grandfather of its current owners. Our firm performed a highest and best use analysis, and was subsequently retained to handle its disposition.
A beautiful 87-acre horse farm near downtown Woodstock was part of an estate. A family asked us to assess the property’s development potential in order to judge its value. Given its location, size, and physical attributes, a mixed-use development made great sense. At the conclusion of the study, our firm was hired to handle the property’s sale, which was successfully consummated with John Wieland Homes & Neighborhoods.
The Marcus Mashburn family retained our firm to develop an investment strategy for six tracts of land in Forsyth County, Georgia. The purpose was to assess each parcel in terms of timeliness for development and potential value. We were subsequently retained to handle the disposition of one of the properties.
The Rafe Banks family hired us to examine a large tract of land in Hall County, just north of Atlanta. They wanted input on various land use options, as well as advice on development timing. A central issue was the pace and character of development advancing along the Interstate 985 corridor.
A family owned a two-acre parcel near downtown Athens. The family had received an offer for the property and retained us to evaluate this offer in tandem with analyzing the highest and best use of the site. We subsequently represented the family in the sale of the property to the University of Georgia.
A family inherited six tracts of land in metro Atlanta. They needed help in formulating an investment strategy for these holdings, and asked our firm to prepare a comprehensive analysis of their options. We were later retained to assist the family with the disposition of the properties. Ultimately, we were involved in the sale of four of the six tracts.
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