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Geoffrey S. Schnipper, CCIM
Geoffrey S. Schnipper, CCIM
brings extensive commercial real estate marketing and transactional expertise to Hilco Real Estate
He has been with Hilco since 2007 and is responsible for the disposition of owned real estate, project management, and deal structuring for Hilco Real Estate and has represented a diverse client mix of REITs, Fortune 500 Companies, banks, home builders, and the US Bankruptcy Court handling the disposition of virtually every asset class of real estate.
has executed more than 150 transactions totaling over $350 million in gross proceeds for his
Prior to joining Hilco Real Estate, Geoff worked with Sheldon Good & Company Auctions, the nation's largest real estate auction firm, structuring and executing accelerated marketing programs.
Geoff holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Texas.
has also earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member
(CCIM) designation from the National Association of REALTORS
is a memb, er of the Turnaround Management Association
(TMA) and , American Bankruptcy Institute
Geoffrey S. ...
Geoffrey S. Schnipper
eoffrey brings 10 years of commercial real estate marketing and transactional experience to Hilco Real Estate
is responsible for the disposition of owned real estate, project management, and deal structuring for Hilco Real Estate
has represented a diverse client mix of REITs, Fortune 500 Companies, banks, home builders, and the US Bankruptcy Court handling the disposition of virtually every asset class of real estate.
Chicago Real Estate Daily | CEDARst Companies
"Buy one, some or all is the way we're marketing (the properties)," said Geoffrey Schnipper, vice president of dispositions at Hilco, a real estate adviser to the bankruptcy trustee.
The Northbrook-based brokerage is accepting bids for the properties until Jan. 10.
In the suburbs, the Meadowbrook Shopping Center was 85 percent leased as of August, while University Plaza was 91 percent leased and North Park Mall, 95 percent, according to Mr. Schnipper
The properties are leased primarily to smaller, local tenants, including everything from restaurants to a chiropractor's office, offering investors an opportunity to add value over time, Mr. Schnipper
"People are going to buy them, put some money into them, improve the tenant roster and things like that," he
We do not have listed asking ...
We do not have listed asking prices," Geoffrey Schnipper, vice-president of Hilco Real Estate, said Tuesday.
"We are asking all buyers to submit offers," he
told Sunday Business while declining to disclose any valuations for the properties.
"They (Sandy Bay Sweets) are cooperating with Jockey in the event we can find a turnkey buyer for the building and the equipment," Schnipper said.
New Members March 2012
Geoffrey Schnipper, The Hilco Organization