Archive for Case Studies

Case Study: Property Management Expertise

When you are considering appointing a company to manage your property, whether an apartment complex, an office complex or a retail center, whether already constructed or still to be constructed, Protea Real Estate has the expertise and experience to handle whatever aspects you require. Read More→

Real Estate 1031 Exchanges and Defeasing

real estate 1031 exchanges and defeasing

All facets of real estate, whether developments from scratch, renovations, upgrading, shopping center leasing and issues, financing of real estate as well as 1031 exchanges and defeasing.

Real estate owners needing third party management usually have a large number of companies to choose from, but few of even the excellent ones will have the specialized knowledge and experience required for certain transactions.

The President of Protea Real Estate was a practicing attorney in another country for fifteen years. His legal training has stood Protea in good stead through the years. Read More→

Case Study: Real Estate Buyers Beware

buyers bewareTwo apartment complexes in Dallas, Texas had been sold to California buyers, two individuals who had never owned apartment properties before and had no real estate experience.

In making these purchases, the buyers had relied on representations and promises made to them by others in whom they had put their trust. Read More→

Case Study: Renovation of Apartment Community

Protea has thirty five [35] years of experience with the renovation and upgrading of apartment communities, both exteriors and interiors.

In the past two years, two of the properties which were renovated by Protea were Creekside on the Green, located at 1702 N. Jupiter, Garland, Texas 75042 and Creek on Park Place, located at 2001 Park Place Blvd., Bedford, Texas 76021. Read More→

Case Study: Misrepresentation of Property Income and Expenses

Misrepresentation of Property Income, Expenses, and Leased Properties

In carrying out due diligence for clients considering acquisitions, Protea often discovered misrepresentations (and some of the misrepresentations were very serious) made by brokers, management companies, and/or on-site staff. Read More→