ACRE Investment Real Estate Services named 2010 Power Broker by The CoStar Group

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ACRE Investment Real Estate Services, an apartment brokerage startup and investment company with an initial investment of $10,000, was named a 2010 Power Broker by The CoStar Group. A remarkable achievement for three agents competing against large, well-established brokerage firms. Even more remarkable is the fact that ACRE achieved this in just over 9 months.

ACRE Investment Real Estate Services was founded by three top San Diego apartment consultants, Bill Anderson, Chris Robinson and Craig Stewart. The founders were senior agents for a large trading company for several years before going on their own. They recognized the changing needs of their clients and responded by creating a personalized approach with proven methods. ACRE has grown over the past 12 months to a team of 10 experienced agents, over $50 million in transactions sold and over $50 million in active listings and properties under contract.

When ACRE was established early last year, many industry players gave them little chance of succeeding against large, established brokers. Not only did ACRE succeed, but they outperformed and sold out most of these established brokers (according to CoStar Group transaction data).

ACRE is made up of tenured, highly trained and market knowledgeable agents who focus on one thing, apartments. They offer a full range of services, from the sale of apartments to property management and financing. They are relationship-based and pride themselves on specializing in the Southern California apartment market. For ACRE, no size transaction is too big or too small. Their relationships with local, regional and national investors, institutions and lenders have allowed them to be competitive at all levels.

ACRE is proud to be named a 2010 Power Broker by The CoStar Group. You can find more information about ACRE on their website at http://www.acrecommercial.com.

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