CBRE of Columbia, South Carolina has been tapped by the South Carolina Department of Administration as the exclusive agent in charge of the sales of more than 45 surplus properties across South Carolina.
The lead agents for the sales will be Ben Brantley and Martin Moore, who will work in tandem with CBRE's public sector experts Michael McShea, Rolf Kemen and Lee Ann Korst.
The sales will be open to individuals, businesses and public entities.
“Both Gov. Nikki Haley and the Department of Administration recognize the tremendous value of selling these assets," Marcia Adams, executive director for the Department of Administration, said. "The potential to expand economic development and reduce the state’s maintenance expenses will greatly benefit taxpayers.”
Korst agreed. “The sale of surplus real estate not only saves taxpayer dollars, but also places properties to new uses at the local level, sparking commercial economic activity,” she said.
Brantley said the Palmetto State was in "an exciting period of fiscal responsibility" to optimize the state’s valuable resources.
“With responsible and progressive leadership, this is an opportune time for the state of South Carolina to assess and evaluate its long-term real estate strategy and implement plans that will positively impact its residents and businesses for generations to come,” he said.
For more information about specific properties, log on to www.cbre.com/scsurplusproperties.