NIT-Edmonton's experience includes major transactions in office, retail, industrial and multi-family properties in the Edmonton and Alberta market(s), as well as experience in multi-market portfolios in conjunction with other CBRE offices.
Our Mission is...
- To put our client's goals and needs above everything else.
- To enable our clients to make the most informed real estate decision.
- To tailor our services to fit each client's needs.
- To be creative in our work.
- To always deliver top results.
The National Investment Team – Edmonton (NIT-Edmonton) consists of 8 dedicated commercial real estate professionals with a wide range of expertise and valuable market intelligence. The team’s combined industry experience is over 140 years with sales volumes over $18 billion. NIT-Edmonton’s experience includes the completion of major transactions in office, retail, industrial and multi-family properties in Edmonton and across the prairies. The team also has experience in the sale of redevelopment opportunities as well as commercial and industrial lands. In addition to transaction and underwriting expertise, NIT-Edmonton provides consulting and valuation services.
NIT-Edmonton is part of the National Investment Team – Canada, comprised of leading investment sales professionals from across Canada who have distinguished themselves through their focus on the sale of institutional investment properties and portfolios. This accomplished team, in conjunction with its counterparts around the globe, sources all potential investors from both private and public equity sources including institutional, off-shore and opportunistic capital. Working as a fully integrated team, the National Investment Team combines consultative market perspective with innovative investment strategies to deliver winning solutions that make a difference.
Team members gather and share client-specific intelligence, transactional data, research, best practice material, and emerging marketplace trends to facilitate intra-team collaboration across geographic boundaries.