Executive Summary

NAI Black is a proven leader in commercial brokerage and property management services, serving the Inland Northwest region for over 50 years. With the dedication and expertise of our agents, we are committed to realizing the maximum potential of our clients’ real estate investments while providing unparalleled service that delivers superior results across the full spectrum of sectors for owners, investors, developers, and occupiers.

Market Area

Our primary service area encompasses Spokane County in Washington and Kootenai and Bonner Counties in North Idaho; however, our overall market penetration is comprised of Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, and Montana.

Services

NAI Black’s selection of commercial brokerage and property management services for owners, investors, developers, and occupiers demonstrates our broad range of expertise and market knowledge. Let us design a scope of real estate services that is specifically tailored to meet your needs.

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NAI Global Chief Economist Warns of Inflation in Latest White Paper

Mon, 09 May 2011 23:57:53 Z
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Cornerstones to International Expansion

Mon, 09 May 2011 23:57:09 Z
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Buyer Qualification and Bidding Process

Mon, 09 May 2011 23:56:21 Z
Most sellers and brokers use a marketing process that contains a specific “Call for Offers” date upon which initial bids are due.  The goal of this effort is to stage follow-up e-mails and calls to encourage all offers to be received at the same time.  This creates a sense of urgency