NAI EARLE FURMAN ANNOUNCES NEW COMMERCIAL HOUSING DIVISION
Greenville, South Carolina (January 22, 2019) – NAI Earle Furman, a leading full-service commercial real estate firm, is excited to announce it has launched a new specialized division called Commercial Housing Solutions.
The Commercial Housing Solutions team provides companies with individualized strategies to decrease retention issues facing some of today’s larger businesses. As a division of NAI Earle Furman, LLC, Commercial Housing Solutions has access to an extensive network of brokerage professionals, economic developers, and property management teams to assist in its mission.
Founded by NAI Earle Furman Shareholder/Broker Tony Bonitati, this new division offers long-term services in the Carolinas to help employers recruit and retain the best workforce by providing their employees with affordable housing options. The division’s lead service offering will be Employer Housing, though they will also focus on mix use development projects that include a housing component. The Commercial Housing Solutions team is extremely aware of the housing availability and affordability crisis, and have created a unique solution which doesn’t exist anywhere else in the United States.
For further information regarding this new division, please visit www.commercialhousingsolutions.com. To view Commercial Housing Solutions’ latest article published in the Upstate Business Journal, CLICK HERE.
About NAI Earle Furman: Based in Upstate South Carolina, NAI Earle Furman is a leading full-service commercial real estate firm specializing in the office, industrial, investment, retail, multifamily, healthcare and land sectors. They offer a wide range of services including sales, leasing, development, site selection, consulting, and property management. A partnership with NAI Global allows NAI Earle Furman to access a network of worldwide real estate connections and offer international commercial real estate services to Upstate clients while retaining local personality and knowledge. For more information, visit www.naiearlefurman.com