Compass Real Estate Sells Thompson’s Station Office Building for $1.9 Million

Compass Real Estate Sells Thompson’s Station Office Building for $1.9 Million

Compass Real Estate Sells Thompson’s Station Office Building for $1.9 Million.

 

 

Compass Real Estate is pleased to announce the official closing of the office building located at 4715 Traders Way in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee.  This property was just one of a total of 26 properties listed by Compass Real Estate on behalf of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).  Compass works in cooperation with Kyle Swicegood, with The Swicegood Group Inc., to manage the sale of FDIC real estate across the United States.

The building itself encompassed nearly 18,000 square feet on 5.08 acres.  The building is an income producing property that is partially leased by Trans Canada.

The project was assigned to Justin Ochs, Principal Broker for Compass Real Estate‘s Nashville Division.  Justin quickly resourced the national buyer/investor contact base of Team Compass generating competitive bids on the property within 14 days of listing.

“We work very diligently to generate the highest offers possible for our real estate clients,” Ochs noted.  ”This particular asset had all

the right ingredients.  Curb appeal, income producing, and additional land.”

The property was listed and sold by Team Compass for $1.9 Million within 45 days.  FDIC asset managers are thoroughly pleased with the outcome of this property.  Currently, the FDIC has entrusted Compass Real Estate with the listing of 25 other properties across the state of Tennessee.  Be sure to visit www.SoldonCompass.com for information on these assets.

 

Justin Ochs, M.S., CAI Principal Broker/Auctioneer Compass Auctions & Real Estate Nashville Division TennesseeAuctioneer.com “Choosing the right company to handle your auction often makes the difference. With a passion for excellence and extraordinary performance, Compass Auctions & Real Estate works to secure the highest dollar for your assets”

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