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SOLD | Nashville MSA Office Portfolio
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Renovated 36-Unit Multifamily Opportunity in South Buckhead
Oak Ridge Portfolio | Knoxville Suburban Market | 9% Cap Rate
SOLD | Park at Netherley Apartments | 294 Units
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SOLD | FEMA Disaster Operations Center
SOLD | 202-Unit, Class "B", Multifamily Portfolio
SOLD | 200-Unit Apartment Complex
SOLD | FBI Field Office
Stunning Outdoor Resort | ± 1,515 Acres
Multi-Tenant State Government Leased Office Investment | 9% Cap Rate | ±85,783 SF
SOLD | Florida Department of Financial Services 2019 Build to Suit
276 Unit Multifamily Opportunity | Creekside Apartments | Recently Renovated | Decatur, GA
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Bull Realty is a commercial real estate sales, leasing and advisory firm licensed in nine states headquartered in Atlanta. The firm was founded in 1998 by Michael Bull on two primary missions: to provide a company of advisors known for integrity, and to provide the best disposition marketing in the nation. While best known for success selling commercial properties, apartments and land, the firm offers a wide range of services:

  • Dispositions
  • Acquisitions
  • Project Leasing
  • Tenant Representation
  • 1031 Exchanges
  • Consulting
  • Note Sales
  • Brokers Opinion of Value
  • Special Assets & REO Services

To add value for clients advisors focus on specific property types including office, government leased office, retail, industrial, multifamily, land, healthcare, senior housing, self-storage, hospitality and single tenant net lease sectors.

The firm is also known for producing the nation’s leading show on commercial real estate topics. Every week since 2010 economists, analysts and industry leaders including firm founder Michael Bull share market intel, forecasts and strategies. America’s Commercial Real Estate Show once on 60 radio stations around the country, is now available on your schedule wherever you get your podcasts or on the show website



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