NAI Chase Commercial is an Accredited Management Organization®.
The AMO® accreditation recognizes excellence among real estate management firms. Only those firms that have achieved the highest level of performance, experience, and financial stability and have a CPM in an executive position can earn the AMO credential. Only 550 elite firms worldwide hold this prestigious accreditation.
When making the final decision about a professional property management provider, we believe the decision often becomes one concerning more than programs, procedures, technology, and reputation. The ultimate decision often concerns the people involved with providing the service.
Additionally, We at NAI Chase Commercial stay on top of market trends by sharing best practices within our NAI network and actively participating in organizations such as the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR).
NAI Chase Commercial is organized in the following mutually supportive areas:
- Leasing and Brokerage
- Property Management
- Facilities and Building Maintenance
- Development and Build-to-Suit Service
- Adaptive Reuse and Strategic Planning
Property & Facilities Management
Our approach to property management is to devise and implement a plan that increases cash flow and return on your investment, ultimately creating additional value for you. NAI Chase’s Property Managers begin with the fundamentals of property management, then think well beyond the obvious to deliver innovative and actionable solutions for your assets.
Maintaining the property in excellent condition is paramount to the long-term viability of the property. Proper maintenance has profound effects on the ability to attract new tenants, tenant retention, and lender satisfaction.
From monthly financial reporting and analysis to annual operating and capital budget preparation, we continually monitor cash flow to avoid or mitigate cash flow issues.
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