Eschliman Commercial Real Estate
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Eschliman Commercial Real Estate, licensed in Nebraska, provides site selection services for office, retail, warehouse, land, and commercial investment prospects, as well as listing services. We host an economic development show on 1400 KLIN AM and Channel 8’s 6:00 news, “Grow Lincoln”, which covers businesses opening, closing, moving, and expanding. and local guest interviews: www.facebook.com/growlincoln. We have additional news about our company on our Facebook page.
Eschliman Commercial Real Estate is frequently asked to do consulting: evaluate a business owner’s current properties to see if the rents are fair, or to analyze buildings a client is contemplating purchasing. See our section “Maneuvering Around City Hall” for tips on zoning and building permits.
Our local Chamber of Commerce/Lincoln Partnership of Economic Development tracks Lincoln’s high national rankings at www.selectlincoln.org.
Robin Eschliman, CCIM, founded Eschliman Commercial Real Estate in 2007. She has over two decades of experience in property management and sales and leasing of commercial property for NAI FMA Realty and Coldwell Banker Commercial. Over the years she has represented notable clients such as ResCare, Back Yard Burger, Ameritas, US Cellular, SouthPointe Mall, Westfield Mall, Cornhusker Marriott, New York Life, Hy-Vee, Thompson Reuters, Back to the Bible, and hundreds of local entrepreneurs. She served on the Lincoln City Council from 2005 to 2009 and is the author of the first series of novels ever about a fictional commercial real estate agent (www.TheAgentBooks.com)
Mission of Eschliman Commercial Real Estate:
To accomplish economic development by assisting businesses in providing jobs for employees today and providing real estate investment opportunities for those with retirement goals in the future.
“…When God gives any man wealth and possessions, and enables him to enjoy them, to accept his lot and be happy in his work—this is a gift…” (Ecclesiastes 5:19)