We are a full service Commercial Real Estate company capable of helping you and your business take control of your real estate needs.
We have a proven record of successful real estate transactions including the sales and leasing of land, office, retail, and industrial properties throughout Central Ohio and around the world. NAI Ohio Equities is a dedicated team, ready to work for you. We have an in-house marketing team that will assist all sales associates on how to best list your property. Let one of our professionals work with you on listing your property today.
If you are new to the Columbus region, expanding your business, or simply looking for new space, our talented and professional tenant representatives will help you understand the process. NAI Ohio Equities is here to walk you through all aspects of site selection; from discovery and identification phase all the way through the negotiation and signing of your new lease or closing on your new space.
NAI Ohio Equities’ team includes 20 helpful and talented property managers, each hired to make sure your property functions effectively. From snow removal to security to HVAC repairs, our property management experts offer peace of mind that every last concern is being considered, managed, and repaired. We also offer full accounting support tailored to your operation.
Our agents have been helping clients find the perfect real estate solutions for all of their business needs since 1971. Our team members are ready and anxious to offer their assistance for whatever you need.Find an agent
Are you thinking about venturing into the world of real estate investment? There are plenty of things you should know before making the plunge and signing on the dotted line. If you are just starting out you may be wondering where to even begin, but the good news is, every successful real estate investor wondered the same thing. Here are six best-practices all real estate investors should keep top-of-mind.
The first thing you should do is hire a bookkeeper because keeping up with documents and paperwork is a lot less stressful if you do it from the start. The documents will come in handy when tax season rolls around and you can write off your bookkeeper as an expense for your business on your taxes.
One of the hardest parts about investing in real estate is finding the deals. This is a primary function of the business because it’s really what all of real estate investing comes down to. Without a deal, you can’t invest. If you have not, you need to set up your real estate team and systems to be part of finding the deals. An automated lead machine can help you generate leads at all times of the day so you are never losing out on deal opportunities.
Consistency will always beat out talent, resources or experience. Think of real estate investing as a marathon, not a race. You need to accomplish little goals each day to make it to the finish line of this long process. Be sure to track and measure all of your lead-generating efforts. All you need to do to be successful in this is put in the time and effort needed to accomplish these daily goals.
You will be swamped if you don’t document and systemize all of the operations of your business and will thus limit your income and growth as well if you are disorganized. As a self-employed individual, the power and control are solely in your hands. First, you need to document and systemize everything, then you need to delegate tasks to others while maintaining clarity and control over the business. Make sure you stay as involved as possible with the business while utilizing documentation and organizing systems.
Intend to hold every property possible. If you need more cash flow, you may need to flip occasionally, but this is fine because cash pays the bills and keeps the business going. The more properties you hold, the more money you will make in the long run and the quicker you will make the money. Any seasoned real estate investor will tell you to buy more and sell less.
When it comes to investing, people know that there are a lot of variables that are in play and that risk comes with the territory, but when things don’t work out as planned, it’s easy to point the finger. Try to avoid by underpromising to your partners, but overdelivering. Do not borrow more money than you can use.
NAI Ohio Equities offers a wide variety of services for office users and investors alike. Our professional staff currently tracks almost 32,000,000 square feet of office space throughout the Central Ohio area. With over 40 years of professional market experience, our staff of accredited professionals offers each of our clients the home-field advantage. We live and work in the Central Ohio area, and we distinctly know the properties, the codes and ordinances, the people and business climate.
NAI Ohio Equities provides the resources necessary to successfully complete even the most complex transactions. Our services reach throughout the Columbus metropolitan region and the world. While tracking more than 268,000,000 square feet of Industrial space NAI Ohio Equities is able to find not only the best fit, but also the best value for its clients. Industrial clientele include privately owned companies, national and international corporations, institutional owners, private investors and national developers.
Finding the right location for a retail venture is one of the most challenging tasks in today's competitive market. It takes knowledge about your client - a complete understanding of the products, services, target markets and competition. It also takes knowledge and insights into the retail real estate market - knowing the available locations and sites, knowing what's happening in the marketplace today and what is expected tomorrow. NAI Ohio Equities works with developers and retail property owners, helping successfully position their properties in the retail market and developing a comprehensive marketing strategy to attain the highest occupancy.
Professional Property Management is critical to ensuring the longevity and vitality of your commercial real estate investment. At NAI Ohio Equities, we provide active management and integrated resources to preserve and enhance the value of each of your company's real estate assets. We provide a complete and competitive range of property management services for industrial, office, medical, and retail buildings, as well as educational and multi-family properties and home-owner associations.
All NAI Ohio Equities managed assets operate in accordance with our Property Service Standards Program that promotes consistent, high-level operational practices, yet is designed with the flexibility to cater to the unique needs of each property and client.
"Ryan McGreevy very professionally handled the sale of this property and I was very satisfied with his work. I look forward to doing future business together."
Skip Fetingas, Seller | 2338 Scioto Harper Drive
"Each and every prospective deal is always handled in a professional and compelling manner. Furthermore, the attention to detail and analysis provided with each RFP has greatly helped the partners in their decision making."
Arthur Goldner, Owner | PNC Plaza
"The NAI Ohio Equities Industrial Team has done an excellent job for us. After purchasing Southeast Industrial Park our goal has been to sell the buildings individually. Their team has clearly communicated our objectives to the brokerage community and end users. Through an aggressive marketing effort they have been able to sell 13 of the 18 buildings in the park. We appreciate their determined and honest approach to business."
Ben Struewing, VP | Hackman Capital Partners
"Working with Matt Gregory and Andy Dutcher was fantastic. They were both very energetic and knowledgeable, responding quickly to our various needs and questions. Both are very personable, understood our needs, and strongly supported our effort to start a social enterprise. I would highly recommend them both."
Steve Votaw, CEO | Furniture Bank of Central Ohio
"Joe Menninger and Philip Bird were a delight to work with. They completely understood our parameters and the necessity to sell our real estate, while continuing to maintain our operations in the space during and after the sale."
Bo Hindall, Founder/President | Inquiry Systems, Inc.
"We have grown significantly in the past few years and had to lease space at three separate locations in order to accomodate the needs of the agency. I was delighted with the personal commitment made by both Peter Merkle and Matt Gregory to find us a property that met all of Alvis House's needs. The time and effort they have put forth has been invaluable."
Denise M. Robinson, President and CEO | Alvis House
December 10, 2019
We all know that real estate is a prosperous industry. Its profit-boosting powers have been catching the eyes of a new demographic. Can you guess who?
If universities came to mind, then you’re right on the ball. Colleges have been heavily investing in their surrounding communities for a while, and they’ve been reaping the rewards. Universities are now playing a far more active role in their local commercial markets.
Let’s take a look at how colleges are using commercial real estate to increase their profits.Expanding the Campus Grounds
Today’s colleges aren’t set up the same way they were 30 years ago. The business has changed and universities have evolved into larger and more dynamic campuses.
The traditional college setup has expanded to include student housing, top-rated facilities, school buildings, shops, bookstores, cafes, and more. In diversifying their business platform, colleges are expanding their money-generating potentials.
Colleges are known to capitalize on CRE spaces like restaurants, multifamily complexes, entertainment options, off-site gyms, and other amenities for their student bodies. Universities are broadening their investment possibilities, fattening their portfolios, and increasing their income.
November 26, 2019
The clock is ticking for opportunity zone investment. Are you prepared?
As 2019 comes to a close, investors will need to play their cards right regarding opportunity zones. The coming months will be vital to the development of the country’s opportunity zone program.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s happening with OZs and some tips to help investors stay on their A-Game.
Off to a Slow Beginning
When 2019 started, investors were taking their time. There was a lot of speculation within the industry as to how opportunity zones would play out in the big picture. The tangible benefits and ROI-boosting powers of opportunity zones weren’t so clear, causing investors to withdrawal until there was a better idea of what’s coming next.
For the most part, investors chose to err on the side of caution and wait it out. Playing it safe meant stalling on the big moves, and this resulted in a slowdown in opportunity zone activity. Fundraising projects were slow to grow and many thought that there just wasn’t enough interest around the country’s OZs.
November 12, 2019
Investors, need to restock your CRE library? Whether you’re looking to get expert advice, learn something from the pros, or pick up a few new strategies; investors can’t go wrong with a great read.
Here’s a list of the 6 best books on real estate investing:
1. Mastering the Art of Commercial Real Estate: How to Successfully Build Wealth and Grow Passive Income from Your Rental Properties by Doug Marshall
In his popular book, Doug Marshall masterfully outlines the commercial investment process.
Marshall shows readers the ropes and even shares his six best tips on maintaining profitable assets. Reading this book will give you insight into when it’s best to move forward with a deal – and also when it’s a good idea to pass.
We love this book because it’s direct, straightforward, and incredibly insightful.
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