The Commercial Real Estate Experts
With over 35 years of hands-on expertise in every aspect of their industry, Lane-Harkins has developed a well-deserved reputation for excellence, fairness, integrity and honesty in all of their client dealings–plus a track record of proven success. Learn more »
Both Jesse Lane and Mike Flannes are members of the Realtors Land Institute, a national associations that deals with land use. Jesse is an Accredited Land Consultant (ALC), a rigorous designation to achieve.
Nancy Lane and Mike Flannes of the Lane-Harkins team are Certified Commercial Investment members (CCIM), a national designation that requires extensive and rigorous training, education, testing and evidence of success with past, completed deals.
Lane-Harkins team members possess a long track record of successful site selection for retail, office and industrial users. The company has access to demographic reports which are incredibly important and relevant in the process of selection. They have represented such clients as the American Red Cross among many others.
Having begun work in this field in 1979, the team professionals have well over 35 years experience. "We treat properties as if they were our own in order to protect the income of our clients" - Nancy Lane states. "We do this through prudent and careful management techniques. We often find ways to save our clients money and have even recovered overpayments in real estate which is practically unheard of."
Lane-Harkins possesses deep experience in leasing and handling office and retail deals on the national, regional and local levels including working for clients like Hibbett Sports, GNC, Wal-Mart and mom and pop stores as well. "We've actually been paid higher percentages--more than the client owed us--due to the effort we put into their deals. That's almost unheard of, too, but what a high compliment!" Nancy says.
Lane-Harkins has successfully completed the exchanges of multiple properties into a single exchange and one-half interests into an exchange in addition to the typical exchange. "I even exchanged a leasehold interest into a fee simple property when I was told it couldn't be done," Nancy recalls. "However, I researched it and found that, yes, it actually was possible."