Family-Owned &
Complex Situations

Lease Negotiations

Physical Upkeep

Monthly Reporting

Risk Management

Landlord/Owner
Representation

Tenant
Representation

Subleases

For Lease

For Sale

More
Commercial
Properties

Our Promise

Team Profiles

ROI Analysis

Purchase &
Sale Representation

Commercial
Leasing Assistance

Facilitating long-term success for property owners and tenants throughout Washington State.

Bradley Commercial Real Estate, LLC
6116 211th St. SW #203
Lynnwood, WA 98036

 

Telephone: 425.658.3288

Fax:  206.458.6083

NORTH PUGET SOUND LOCATION

Firm License #7894 Department of Licensing

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BROKERAGE SERVICES

Informed by Property Management Experience

We match clients with purchase opportunities that fit their long-term goals.

ROI

ANALYSIS

Our valuations reveal a property's status and what actions might be needed to retain and grow its value.

PURCHASE &

SALE REPRESENTATION

As property management experts, we understand how to maximize the future owner's investment, which includes retaining reliable tenants.

When asset strategy includes selling a property, we use our commercial real estate network to find a qualified buyer.

FAMILY GROUPS

& INDIVIDUALS

We specialize in transactions on behalf of family investor groups. Collaborative communication is our hallmark. We give our clients latitude to be as involved (or uninvolved) as they wish to be.

COMMERCIAL
LENDING 
ASSISTANCE

We understand the complexities of commercial lending and support our clients as they proceed through each step.

CALL FOR A COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION

Tell us about your property investment strategies. We'll share possibilities. You decide if we’re a good fit for your situation and goals.

STRATEGIC

APPROACH

PROBLEM

Bradley Commercial Real Estate's client owned a restaurant property in an area experiencing economic downturn. The restaurant's lease had two years to go, and the building owners did not want to retain the building beyond the term.

SOLUTION

We approached the restaurant owner with the idea of having them purchase the building. We negotiated mutually-agreeable terms for the sale. Our client divested of an unwanted property, and the restaurant owner provided a stable business anchor for his community.