ATLANTA, Aug. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Storage Post is actively pursuing growth opportunities through the acquisition, redevelopment and management of existing self storage properties. The company targets both single property and portfolio transactions and is able to act quickly on potential sales.
Storage Post is currently looking for self storage for sale within New York, Florida and New Jersey, but is open to commercial real estate opportunities nationwide. The company plans to substantially increase its current market through the procurement of self storage facilities in real estate markets characterized by high barriers-to-entry, dense populations and a constrained supply.
Storage Post Acquisitions Team Leader, Dylan Delaune, commented, "Our executive team of experienced real estate professionals is looking to aggressively deploy capital in its acquisition strategy. We are committed to growth through the purchase of self storage properties. If you are looking to sell, or need an exit strategy, please contact the Storage Post acquisitions department."
Storage Post is well capitalized and is willing to structure deals with consideration to the needs of the seller. The acquisitions team will deliver competitive pricing and offer a quick close. The company is searching for properties in need of a strong management focus. In particular, Storage Post is best complemented by properties that are Class A facilities over 35,000 square feet and are within dense submarkets.
For additional information on Storage Post acquisitions, contact the acquisitions department at 1-877-674-6777 or email@example.com.
About Storage Post
Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Storage Post is a leading self storage company that focuses on quality services, operational excellence and positive customer service. Storage Post has locations throughout the east coast of the U.S. and is actively pursuing self storage acquisitions. For more information on Storage Post acquisitions and its executive leadership team, visit www.storagepost.com.
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