New Real Estate Firm Is Formed to Assist Land Owners and Corporations

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Property Development Experts Launch Steelwood, a Charlotte, NC Real Estate Brokerage and Consulting Firm

Steelwood LLC ( ) has entered the Southeast U.S. real estate market as a full-service real estate brokerage and consulting firm that assists land owners, corporations and non-profit organizations plan, develop and manage their real estate assets. Steelwood helps increase the value of property and ensures that both short and long term financial goals are met while minimizing the risks inherent with real estate development.

"There is a real need in today's market for an organization that helps land owners maximize their real estate assets," said Steelwood president, Matthew Spiva. "Our model has been very well received because it works in the client's best interest to help them meet their individual goals and objectives."

Steelwood's principals average twenty years of experience in real estate development, finance, architecture and planning. These skills, combined with unparalleled service and communication, provide a conduit between the land owner and the potential value of their real property.

With its office located in Charlotte, North Carolina, Steelwood offers an array of Property Development Solutions to clients throughout the region. These solutions fall under four main categories:

Real Estate Services

  •      Project Marketing
  •      Property Listings and Sales
  •      Lease Negotiations
  •      Financial and Capital Solutions
  •      Development Agreements

Property Development Research

  •      Interviewing
  •      Site Analysis/ Due Diligence
  •      Market Research and Analysis
  •      Demographic Studies

Property Development Strategies

  •      Rezoning/ Annexations
  •      Development Plans
  •      Infrastructure
  •      Land Utilization
  •      Development Agreements

Property Development Management

  •      Design Management
  •      Development Implementation
  •      Project Management
  •      Expansion/ Adaptive Reuse
  •      Construction Management

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