CRE Florida Partners Grows Team

Michael Rauch and Thomas Robertson, co-founders of Rauch, Robertson & Co. and CRE Florida Partners, welcome Grant Rowars to its team of professional commercial real estate specialists.

Grant Rowars joins CRE Florida Partners as Vice President – Commercial Sales & Leasing, focusing on Industrial and Office properties in the Tri-County area.

As a real estate advisor, Grant works directly with the founding partners to bring over forty-five plus years of combined commercial real estate brokerage, development and management experience to his clients. His analytical background and degrees in finance and real estate bring unparalleled underwriting expertise and empowers his local market knowledge to help landlords and investors maximize their properties returns and execute strategically timed acquisitions and dispositions all while minimizing risk.

His focus at CRE Florida Partners is in the Industrial and Office sectors of the Tri-County area providing a wide range of services that include: investment sales, leasing, sale disposition, tenant and corporate representation, property underwriting, capital structure, financing, loan and asset due diligence, and IRC 1031 exchanges.

Grant is also serving as a 1st lieutenant and Executive Officer in the United State Army National Guard where he is responsible for the readiness and training of soldiers and the maintenance of +$50 Million in assets. The skill sets utilized in his military career are reflected in his dedication to the commercial real estate industry, which results in an unwavering commitment to loyalty, work ethic, and leadership.

Prior to joining CRE Florida Partners, Grant was a member of the Investment Sales and Capital Markets group of Colliers International where he worked on identifying, underwriting and brokering investment properties in the Tri-County area.

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