Brian Hennessey

Biography

Brian Hennessey has been in the commercial real estate industry for 28 years as: a commercial broker for 19 years; a Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Dispositions for 6 years and ran his own real estate syndication/asset management company for 3 years. He has represented a number of Fortune 500 Tenants including Bank of America, The Walt Disney Company and Baxter Healthcare, to name a few.

With over 9 million square feet of sale transactions; some of which were with some of the largest Owner/Landlords in the country, a wealth of experience was accumulated.

"The Due Diligence Process Plan Handbook for Commercial Real Estate Investments" was written originally as a personal reference tool/checklist because of the many facets and volume of information that is needed to be remembered for each transaction. Since each transaction is unique, there are many lessons that were learned, that were added over time, so that similar mistakes and lessons did not have to be re-learned. It is filled with information that is useful in any commercial real estate investment purchase, from the smallest to the largest.

Much value can be added to an investment by being aware of the potential of each opportunity's strenghths and weaknesses and using them to your optimal advantage. This handbook will help you to uncover those so that you may make informed and intelligent decisions while analyzing those investments.

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The Due Diligence Process Plan Handbook for Commercial Real Estate Investments
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Price: $19.95 USD. Words: 13,170. Language: English. Published: April 3, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Real estate / commercial
Save time, money and headaches while learning ways to create additional value when purchasing commercial real estate. This book can literally save you thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars in mistakes and help create even more in value, with the proven techniques and strategies outlined throughout. It contains cost cutting tips, checklists, questions to ask, as well as value creation tips.

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