Continued Success for New NAI Agents

 

Alex Orloff (L) and Shivu Srinivasan (R) with President James Kilpatrick

Congratulations to two more NAI Northern California agents who just closed their first deals!

Alex Orloff recently closed the Desert Sand Motel, a 42-room independent motel in a prime downtown Sacramento location for $2,000,000. The 11,276 square foot motel includes a cafe and two-bedroomowner’s apartment. According to Alex, “This hospitality investment gave an experienced operator access to the growing downtown Sacramento market in a rare value-add opportunity.”

Alex’s professional career spans both real estate investing and digital advertising. His background brings a uniquely well informed and strategically thoughtful advisory to clients from ownership, operations, and portfolio management perspectives.

Shivu Srinivasan‘s first deal was a multi-family property located on Regent Street in Alameda for $1,400,000. He “represented both the buyer and seller in this off-market transaction. The transaction is only one of three ever recorded in the city of Alameda to sell at or over $280,000 per unit. This was an excellent opportunity to acquire a stable asset  with high rental upside and a market CAP of 5.42%.”

After beginning his career as a commercial analyst with the U.S. the Department of Commerce, Shivu began working for the sales team at LoopNet, CoStar’s marketing platform, immediately establishing himself as the top producer. As a resident of the Bay Area for 7 years, he has an intimate knowledge of the regional market.

Congrats on your first deals at NAI! Interested in a career at NAI Northern California? Click here for more information.


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