The Realty Advisory brokers three sales totaling $3.32m

November 09, 2018 - Front Section
John Shields

Centerville, MA The Realty Advisory, Inc. (TRA), a real estate development, consulting, and brokerage firm, brokered three commercial real estate sales totaling $3.32 million. The sales included the following:

• TRA was the chosen listing agent for Dette Realty Trust’s 296 Great Western Rd. in South Dennis, which sold for $805,000 to CTL8 Real Estate Trust. The buyer has begun improvements and will be holding the property for investment. He was represented by Brad Kurtz of Commercial Realty Advisors of Hyannis. The 9,000 s/f property is comprised of two buildings, including a multi-tenant industrial building and a small deli.

• Nunheimer Family Trust tapped TRA as the listing agent for 9 Commonwealth Ave. in South Yarmouth. The two-acre lot with 6,000 s/f building was sold to 809 College Highway, LLC for $1.265 million. The buyers began work on the property and have begun using the location for bus storage and service. Jesse Hagopian of Kinlin Grover represented the buyer.

Wild Animal Lagoon, 62 Iyannough Road - Yarmouth, MA

• TRA represented Wall, LLC for the sale of 62 Iyannough Rd. in Yarmouth. The 2.5-acre property, Wild Animal Lagoon, is complete with a mini golf course and additional land for development. The property was sold for $1.25 million to Ours LLC, which was procured by TRA. This followed a long marketing period and many obstacles on the path to complete the sale. 

“The sales of these three properties shows how the commercial real estate market on Cape Cod is continuing to heat up,” said John Shields, principal of TRA. “We expect the trend to continue through the fall and look forward to playing a large role in commercial real estate market on the Cape.”

TRA provides commercial real estate development, consulting, and brokerage services for Southeastern New England. Founded in 1999, TRA is a professional, inventive company that delivers individual service, higher quality engagements and greater selective value to its clients, as well as consistent financial performance to its investors and partners. TRA’s multi-faceted service structure is based on the client’s specific areas of need, appropriateness of projects and potential enhancement opportunities. 

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