PRESS RELEASE: J.G. WENTWORTH HOME LENDING IS EXPANDING TO 951 YAMATO

— NAI/Merin Hunter Codman represented the owner, 951 Yamato Acquisition Company LLC an affiliate of Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC, in the 10,661-square-foot transaction. —

West Palm Beach, Fla. – NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Inc., Palm Beach County’s leading commercial real estate services firm, is pleased to welcome J.G. Wentworth Home Lending LLC to 951 Yamato. J.G. Wentworth Home Lending LLC, a direct mortgage lender, is expanding into 10,661 square feet at 951 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL. Jay M. Grossman, President and Director, Richard W. Brockney of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman represented the Landlord, 951 Yamato Acquisition Company LLC, an affiliate of Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC. Tom Farmer, Vice-President of Office Leasing at Colliers International represented the tenant.

Due to a successful repositioning of their business model, poised to capture a larger portion of the purchase market sector, J.G. Wentworth Home Lending had outgrown its existing 7,000-square-foot office space. Assistant Vice President, Direct Lending, Evan Pruzan of J.G. Wentworth Home Lending stated, “We toured the Boca Raton market for six months with sights set on finding a Class-A office building, packed with amenities, which offered an above standard parking ratio. 951 Yamato met and exceeded our requirements. The building is a perfect fit and the perfect location to achieve our recruiting and retention objectives.”

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NAI/Merin Hunter Codman Reaches New Heights

It’s with great excitement and pride that we share a recent milestone for our company – the NAI/Merin Hunter Codman name has been placed atop the Centurion Tower building! This is a grand accomplishment for a firm who humbly resided in a partial second floor space at the building for nearly 30 years. Our recent move to the seventh floor combined with building signage is a testament to the firms stability and dedication to West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County and South Florida.

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Ways Landlords Can Leverage Technology to Increase Revenues

As a landlord, you’re always looking for ways to give a boost to the bottom line. With technology a huge part of that bottom line these days, it only makes sense that you’re going to look to it not only to increase revenue but to improve your tenants’ experience as well.

So what are the ways in which you can do this? Here are a few that we’ve collected:

Use machine learning and artificial intelligence for optimal pricing strategies. With many new companies emerging with the exact intent of using data analytics and machine learning to predict rent-related factors, you won’t have to do all the heavy lifting yourself. These companies include Enodo as well as HouseCanary – but you’ll be able to find many competitors out there as well.

Include high-speed internet in the rent, which in turn increases the rent you’ll be able to charge. Starry Internet is a great example of in-house internet that you can install, giving tenants quality internet connection and yourself a reason to increase your rent roll.

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