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Compass Opens Atlanta Office with $12 Million in FDIC Assets

Compass Opens Atlanta Office with $12 Million in FDIC Assets

 

Compass Auctions & Real Estate is pleased to announce the opening of their Atlanta office.  Compass launches this office with a $12 million portfolio for FDIC comprised of both residential and commercial assets.  These assets consist of large acreage farm tracts, fully developed residential land tracts, and commercial tracts located in high traffic areas.  The properties stretch from the southern metro Atlanta area, southeast to Griffin and west to Hogansville.

The Asset Managers requested that Team Compass list these assets on behalf of FDIC after successfully closing out a $30 Million portfolio in 2014.  Compass Auctions & Real Estate, headquartered in Chattanooga, also hosts offices in Nashville, Lebanon and Western Kentucky.  Justin Ochs, VP of National Development for Compass, has been assigned as Lead Project Manager for the FDIC Assets.  Justin’s work ethic, customer service skills, professionalism and expertise in contract negotiation are highly sought after in the traditional market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“We are very pleased to be selected once again by the FDIC to assist in liquidating bank assets,” commented Ochs.  ”We have been gradually gaining market share in the Atlanta area and found this to be an excellent opportunity to establish a full-time office in the Atlanta marketplace.”

Compass Auctions & Real Estate, LLC has specific divisions focused in the auction marketing and traditional sale of residential and commercial real estate, heavy equipment, industrial surplus, local, state and federal government assets across the United States.  For more information, call (800) 729-6466 or visit www.SoldonCompass.com

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