Threshold Investment Properties
Whenever I become irregular in my posting schedule, I always feel like I owe you readers an explanation. What with my ongoing rehab project on Connecticut and a rather frantic amount of real estate transactions to handle, I have had a hard time keeping up with everything, but that is no secret. What is a secret, is the third factor that has been in play. This third factor, which has been especially time consuming in the past couple of weeks, is setting up a new brokerage.
If you saw the title of this post, you have probably already figured out what this endeavor will be called: Threshold Investment Properties. I will be the sole member of this office (to start with at least), but the focus will be the same as I have always had. Rental, rehab and small commercial property transactions will be the exclusive realm of what this company represents. No leasing, no management and no residential. I’ll still be down here in South City as well. The logo above is just a rough draft of the final product, but that should give you an idea of what direction I will be going with my branding. This blog will continue to get the same kind of attention it has been getting once things settle down during this transition.
For the first six weeks or so of this companies existence, I will be working out of my house and various remote locations. I have a great office space in the works, but details are still being worked out and I don’t want to jinx anything. I’m really excited about it though.
As for my soon to be former office, Investors Alliance, our parting will be quite amicable. I have loved working with everyone at the company I helped to build, but as the focus of business has shifted from sales to leasing and property management, this move has become increasingly necessary. I will continue to refer leasing and management business to them, but as of next week we will no longer have any formal relationship.
At this point this company does not yet exist, as I am still waiting for my work permit from the State. Once that happens, I should be in business after a day or so. Hopefully everything will be ready by the end of next week. Once I reach that point I truly feel that this move is really going to give me a big increase in time to spend on searching for properties and focusing on providing the best representation possible to all the clients and customers I work with.
Thanks for your continued patronage on the blog. I promise I will be getting some topic relavent posts coming real soon. Everyone have a great 4th or July.