Seattle Commercial Real Estate Investing
1The Foundation Group has more than three decades of experience forming successful partnerships for Seattle commercial real estate investing. Our financial expertise and professional management allows individuals, families, partnerships and trusts to invest in income producing properties without needlessly worrying about their day-to-day operations. The Foundation Group offers a full compliment of Seattle commercial real state investing services, including consulting, brokerage, development and propriety management.
2The Foundation Group provides consulting and advisory services for investors. We apply systematic market research and financial analysis to produce feasible solutions for all types of commercial real estate investing projects.
3From buyer and tenant representation to owner and landlord representation, The Foundation Group works with clients in a goal-oriented manner. The Foundation Group works as a team to customize a marketing approach and a strategy that’s best suited to achieve each client’s commercial real estate investing goals.
4The Foundation Group maintains relationships with a variety of aggressive national and regional lenders. We assess the benefits and advise clients on the differences between loan structures, including multi-faceted loan structures.
5The Foundation Group offers a vast array of commercial development services. From the entitling and marketing of a 400-acre master planned community, to the entitlement, construction and conversion of condominium units, we cover the full spectrum. Put our knowledge and expertise to work for you.
Asset & Property Management
6The Foundation Group offers clients multi-faceted services that help to maximize the value of income producing real estate. Our policy of continued principal participation in the management of properties is unique in the industry and is responsible for the superior levels of performance we achieve for our clients.
Seattle Property Management With a Difference!
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