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NAS Investment Solutions Acquires Northwest Arkansas Office Property

Dec. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- NAS Investment Solutions, has purchased a 30,829 square foot office building in Bentonville, Arkansas along with five tenants ... developed by a seasoned team of executive real estate professionals with over 120 years of ...

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Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content providerFrankly and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewithIf you are affiliated with this page and would like it removed please contact pressreleases@franklyinc.comSOURCE NAS Investment SolutionsBENTONVILLE, Ark., Dec14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- NAS Investment Solutions, has purchased a 30,829 square foot office building in Bentonville, Arkansas along with five tenants-in-common (TIC) co-ownersConstructed in 2016, the building is solely occupied by a Fortune 500 Company and is situated on a 4.03-acre lot.  The property features a modern, brick-and-glass architectural design and is located in close proximity to Interstate Highway 45 in BentonvilleTerms of financing include a 10-year loan at a fixed rate of 4.31%.NASIS executives worked with Nick Viscount, Senior Vice President and Tim Winton, Senior Vice President, of Keystone Mortgage Corporation, to provide financing for the property.  The Southern California-based company, known for its expertise as a commercial financing advisor, is an example of NASIS' ability to leverage its network of highly reputable industry resources developed by a seasoned team of executive real estate professionals with over 120 years of combined operating history and extensive knowledge and expertise in commercial real estate."The acquisition of this strategically located office property is only one example of the high level of expertise we offer to our clients in real estate investment solutions," commented Karen EKennedy, President and Founder of NAS Investment Solutions.  "This is an expertise which comes from experience in real estate asset management and the development and implementation of sound real estate strategies.  The result is thoughtful and deliberate underwriting which makes sense.  We find our clients have come to know and rely upon our integrity, understanding of real estate markets and commitment to excellent service."About NAS Investment SolutionsEstablished by Karen EKennedy, President and Founder of National Asset Services, one of the Nation's leading commercial real estate management companies, NAS Investment Solutions, LLC, identifies, acquires and enhances real estate investments across all sectors of the real estate industry.MsKennedy, a veteran real estate professional who, through National Asset Services, has been responsible for managing over $2 billion in real estate assets.  Property Acquisition InformationNASIS applies a disciplined approach to identifying and evaluating prospective acquisitionsNASIS' acquisition focus is on conventional commercial real estate properties with and without a mixed-use overlay in primary and secondary markets throughout the United StatesThe company's aim is to improve operating performance and realize appreciation over time, all the while generating consistent distributable cash flow for its investors.NASIS buys into economically diverse markets with identifiable opportunities in the employment sector.  The company values property location in primary and secondary markets with strong inherent fundamentals driven by several factors, including barriers to entry, quality of life, and proximity to amenities and transportation.Contact Karen EKennedy at with acquisition or investment opportunitiesMedia Contact:JW Robison  424.227.6888 View original content with multimedia:©2017 PR NewswireAll Rights Reserved. wnad_52.load(); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol2done'); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol23done'); wnad_43.load(); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol4done');

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