Approximately five years ago my company was ready to move from one location to another. I took a suggestion to call Bill Beichler and he truly worked hard on the behalf of my company, and all the rest fell into place. He made sure we got the “best bang” for our buck. The new facility was put in “tip top” shape and we actually moved in on time with a well negotiated price.”
-Frank Dunigan, Owner
A Brite Company
Working with Bill Beichler and his team has really improved Our Company’s ability to be “proactive” on our real estate decisions; we have been able to drive more value out of our real estate portfolio. Bill and his team came in on day one and really stressed the importance of changing our process from reacting to situations and instead be focused and organized in our approach. The work flows and processes they have put in place have significantly improved our lease administration and their expert knowledge of the marketplace has improved our ability to negotiate lease terms.
Working with Bill has been a great decision for Our Company!”
-Scott Lacina, Director of Corporate Real Estate
Bimbo Bakeries USA, Inc.
We were in a rush to find a property, Ryan Brah did a great job of making himself available to show properties, answer questions, and coordinate between us and the property management. He listened to us and didn’t waste our time by showing us properties that were unsuitable in space and/or budget. He had really good knowledge of property inventory. I would recommend Ryan Brah without hesitation!”
Over the years, as we’ve called on Neil to assist in countless transactions for our clients, he has proven to be an invaluable asset to our company. Thanks to his knowledge of the commercial real estate market and expertise in lease negotiation, our clients have been able to expand and grow in a way they never thought possible. With excellent customer service, dedication, and creativity, Neil has earned my full confidence as the most qualified real estate professional in Oklahoma. I look forward to working with him again.”
– Mark Schumacher,
Cushman & Wakefield