Investment in real estate can not only balloon an investors net-worth, but is also surpassed only by energy as the leading investment opportunity.  Lasting success in commercial and investment real estate, however, requires in-depth market knowledge provided by an experienced real estate practitioner.  The associates of A1 Florida Real Estate have vast experience in providing all services related to commercial and investment opportunities to ensure successful transactions and investments.

The services of commercial real estate provided by our firm are offered by associates who are worldwide leaders in Commercial and Investment Real Estate, recognized by their CCIM designation.  A Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) is a recognized expert in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate.  Acknowledged for its preeminence within the industry, the CCIM curriculum represents the core knowledge expected of commercial investment practitioners, regardless of the diversity of specializations within the industry.  Services available include sales of vacant land, as well as sales of improved properties such as office buildings, shopping centers, warehouses, distribution facilities and industrial properties.  A1 Florida Real Estate also provides consulting services, landlord and tenant representation, and the leasing of office, retail, and industrial space.

For foreign nationals interested in real estate investment in South Florida, the associates of A1 Florida Real Estate are trained in international transactions and partner with international tax and law experts.  Because of the robust nature of the South Florida economy, foreign nationals find that investment in American real estate is rather lucrative.  The relative strength of such currencies as the Euro, the stability of the United States housing market, relatively high turn-over rate and low barriers to entry make foreign investment in Florida real estate an attractive option.  Central to Europe and South America, South Florida boasts three international airports and three seaports, which provide a vast infrastructure for foreign nationals looking to either relocate their business to South Florida or to invest in the area.