Led by Tripp Sellers, the South Carolina Investment Properties team focuses on the acquisition and disposition of office, industrial, and retail investment assets in the Upstate, across the Midlands, to the Low Country, and everywhere in between. We offer results-driven processes, targeted investor exposure and CBRE’s full-service platform to ensure an efficient delivery of services and achieving maximum value on behalf of clients ranging from small private investors to large public entities.
Every assignment is enhanced through CBRE’s industry-leading network of more than 760 Capital Markets professionals across the United States. All of the teams work from a shared database to provide investors with access to buyers, sellers and owners of commercial properties and market information. Our goal is to provide the highest level of quality representation, professionalism, integrity and execution through expertise and specialization in all aspects of the sale process to meet the commercial real estate needs of every client.
- Investment Property Sales
- 1031 Identification
- Buyer Representation
- Equity Sourcing
- Broker Opinion of Value
Related Industries & Specialties
CBRE is the global leader in Office Services, with the most comprehensive advisory and transaction services platform and more professionals specializing in the office sector than any other firm.
Retail Services offers global reach and the capability to serve retailers, restaurateurs, owners, investors and developers across all retail environments.
Industrial & Logistics
CBRE offers the largest industrial services platform in the world, helping clients navigate a demanding and dynamic supply chain environment.
Healthcare & Life Sciences Capital Markets
CBRE Healthcare & Life Sciences Capital Markets specializes in acquisition, disposition and debt & equity structuring for the healthcare and life sciences real estate sector.
Net Lease Properties
CBRE Net Lease Properties is a team of Capital Markets professionals who specialize in the sale, purchase and recapitalization of single tenant net leased properties in the U.S.