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Demonstrated expertise in sales, leasing, and the management of commercial property, land, and hospitality.
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Virginia’s leading experts in timberland, rural, urban and suburban and transitional land sales
Creating welcoming environments for guests and value for owners
Getting your business to the right place
Adding value to our clients’ real estate assets
Proactive management to keep your project and timeline on the right track
The right environment can enhance your operations and increase productivity. Let our experienced professionals help you identify the perfect fit. Our systemized approach matches up available options in a customized and comprehensive manner.
A great partner can help maximize your financial investment while minimizing your time investment. Our institutionally-minded, comprehensive services help owners and landlords who demand the very best in property services.
Land is a unique discipline—whether rural, urban, agricultural, transitional or development. We stay in front of the opportunities and are known for making the market through our proactive research of large land sales across Virginia and over 20 years of value-based data.
Our proactive and systematic approach toward asset and property management of your commercial properties can improve cash flow and enhance your bottom line.
Nationally franchised hotel assets require a strong combination of operational excellence, proactive franchise relations, development expertise and hotel finance knowledge.
Determining the best location for your project is just the beginning. Our seasoned team can assist with the acquisition, planning, zoning, project management, property management and final disposition of your development or assets.
In the NewsApr 27, 2016
Posted by Paula C. Squires on Richmond Business on 4/27/2016 By the year 2025, America will primarily be a cashless society that has shifted to rental housing. The government will levy taxes and fines on buildings not classified as “green,” and Amazon will control 15 to 20 percent of grocery sales through an efficient delivery system. These predictions […]
In the NewsMar 2, 2016
Posted by Triangle Business Journal on 3/1/2016 In the month since Wal-Mart shuttered 16 of its stores across North Carolina, including a Supercenter store in south Durham, a marketing effort has begun to find new buyers for the empty buildings. Wal-Mart has hired Commonwealth Commercial Partners Inc. of Glen Allen, Virginia, to list all of its vacant properties […]
In the NewsMar 2, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 26, 2016 Commonwealth Commercial Evaluates Rural Land Market’s Upward Trend Over 30 rural Virginia counties report nearly 200 land transactions in 2015 Richmond, Va. – Feb. 26, 2016 – The large-acreage rural real estate market in Central Virginia is heading toward pre-recession values in terms of price per acre and […]