Why Necessity-Based CRE is Poised to Outperform in Today’s Market

Q&A with Mike Hazinski, Chief Investment Officer at First National Realty Partners

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During his two decades investing in real estate, Mike Hazinski, chief investment officer of First National Realty Partners (FNRP), has made a career of anticipating and analyzing economic ups and downs in commercial real estate (CRE) investing  – through booms, busts and a pandemic. By leaning into these experiences, he’s considered a go-to expert who can identify investor opportunities in even the most challenging economic climates. He has executed over $4 billion in closed transactions encompassing acquisitions, dispositions, debt financing and joint venture equity through multiple market cycles.

He recently discussed why he believes now is the best time to embrace necessity-based CRE investments despite seemingly adverse conditions. 

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