Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) September 16, 2007
Las Vegas-based Gatski Commercial Real Estate Services (http://www.gatskicommercial.com) has established a new Business Brokerage division.
With this new division, in addition to brokerage, leasing, and property management services, Gatski Commercial can now assist clients wishing to sell their business or add new locations to their existing business. Gatski Commercial will also have an inventory of "businesses for sale" to offer buyers.
This new service can benefit all Gatski Commercial clients, as well as other buyers and sellers in the business community, said Frank Lee, who joined the company as Senior Vice President of the new division.
"We provide guidance and expertise to assist sellers in selling their businesses by gathering the business information they provide us and passing it along to the buyers that are searching for that type of business. We can also assist sellers by finding them additional locations to expand their already established business."
Frank Gatski, CEO of Gatski Commercial Real Estate Services, said the new department fits in well with the company's expansion and the needs of current clients and tenants. "In the past we have received requests from clients interested in buying or selling businesses. We are pleased to be able to now offer this service in-house."
Lee was previously associated with one of Nevada's largest business brokerage firms and was an award-winning agent both in 2005 and 2006 for the company. Prior to launching his career in Business Brokerage, Lee owned several of his own businesses, including several automotive service franchises and a restaurant, Famous Frankie Lee Pizza and Subs. He grew up working in a family-owned and operated motel in Pennsylvania and started sharpening his business skills early by helping to run the family business.
"Frank's unique combination of business experience as a Business Broker and Owner/Operator makes his advice and counsel very valuable and credible for our clients, whether they are looking to cash out and retire, expand their business, or find a new business or franchise," Gatski said. "Not only has he spent years working as a Business Broker, but he has also bought, owned, operated and sold his own businesses right here in the Las Vegas valley."
Lee, who has lived in Las Vegas since 1994, is a graduate of Tamaqua High School and Lycoming College, both in Pennsylvania.
Lee and Gatski both said opportunities are especially ripe for business brokers in Las Vegas, with people from all over the world relocating to Southern Nevada. "What a benefit it is to have an experienced business owner/operator assist these entrepreneurs with their choices, when moving to such a unique and aggressive marketplace," Gatski said.
Over the years, Lee has worked with a wide variety of business owners, including printing shops, craft stores, trophy shops, smoke shops, lighting businesses, automotive dealerships, salons/spas, restaurants, dog grooming businesses and many others. He has also negotiated land deals and sold investment properties.
Owned by Frank Gatski, CPM, CCIM, the Las Vegas-based Gatski Commercial Real Estate Services (http://www.gatskicommercial.com) serves more than 4 million square feet valley-wide. Gatski Commercial offers commercial property management, leasing, brokerage, in-house building maintenance, landscaping, emergency response and mold remediation
Inc. magazine recently ranked Gatski Commercial on its first-ever Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies.
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