What are the benefits of working with a Retail Brokers Network Member?

What are the benefits of working with a Retail Brokers Network Member?

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The Retail Brokers Network is one of the largest and fastest growing commercial real estate networks in North America. The Shindico Retail Team was asked to join the Retail Brokers Network in 2015 and has enjoyed numerous benefits, including participation in some great discussions on the group conference calls and of course, the meetings and events at RECon in Las Vegas. This year’s events at RECon were no exception. It’s always great to catch up and trade best practices and market information with our colleagues and meet with our clients at the RBN booth.

The Retail Brokers Network was founded in 1992 and “is a retail networking group whose members specialize in Retail Real Estate Brokerage.” Independent firms work as a unit on a regional, national and international level. The areas of commercial real estate that are focused on are tenant representation, investment sales and project leasing.

Shindico's table at the RBN Booth at RECon Las Vegas One of the main purposes of the Retail Brokers Network is to increase business and provide networking opportunities for its members. Members communicate often through monthly conference calls, regional meetings and events at conventions, such as ICSC.

RBN members have completed more than 5500 leasing transactions, generating more than $4.4 billion in leasing revenue over the past couple years. Working with an RBN member ensures that you receive dedicated and knowledgeable service with access to a worldwide network of commercial real estate professionals.  To learn more about what the Retail Brokers Network can offer and the Top 10 Reason to Work with RBN Members, please visit their website.

Sandy G. Shindleman, CCIM, SIOR, FRICS
President & CEO

 

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