RE/MAX commercial business taking off in New York.
The office will offer commercial real estate services and real estate investment opportunities to neighborhoods across New York City. The office located at 224-19 Union Turnpike in Bayside, NY will be operated by broker/owner Tony Hack and his experienced staff.
Tony Hack has been in working in real estate for over 15 years as a professional real estate agent. He operated his own successful commercial office where he became a real estate developer and investor. He is currently building shopping centers and residential complexes in Florida, North Carolina, Minnesota and South Dakota.
Hack said he wanted to take his business to the next level and felt RE/MAX would help him break into new markets.
"RE/MAX has world-wide exposure and the clients that are buying commercial real estate in New York are from across the globe; RE/MAX will allow us to tap that market. Our focus is any commercial property in New York City, but primarily in Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx," said Hack.
The company owns a Cirrus SR 20 aircraft that agents can utilize to show clients properties across the country. The office also has commercial software to assist agents to locate properties and educate them about a property's potential. The software allows them to conduct zoning analysis, make traffic counts and determine what can be built on that property. In addition, the firm has in-house lawyers and architects to navigate legal issues and provide design options.
"As the first commercial real estate office in New York City, we expect great things from RE/MAX Enterprise Commercial & Investment Realty," said Henry Weber, president and regional director of RE/MAX of New York, Inc.
"Tony is a gifted motivator and has a zeal and passion for real estate. We are certain he will become a force in the market in a short period of time."
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Jun 20, 2007|
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