Monthly archive for January 2015

“Friday Featured Employee” Kate Nguyen

Kate’s core competency is in the pricing and negotiation of income producing commercial real estate investments.  Kate’s experience in commercial real estate banking & underwriting, engineering, environmental remediation has enabled her to negotiate competitive pricing in the purchase or sell of commercial properties in the market.  Prior

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TQL relocating 200-employee Greater Cincinnati office

Total Quality Logistics is in the middle of relocating one of its Milford offices. Cincinnati Business Courier, January 26, 2015   Tom Demeropolis, Senior Staff Reporter TQL, a freight brokerage firm and Greater Cincinnati’s largest private company with more than $2 billion in revenue last year, moved about 120

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Eric Gindele – Named to Boone County Water Rescue Team

We would like to recognize Property Services Administrator Eric Gindele who serves on Boone County Water Rescue. The Water Rescue was established in 1967 under the direction of the Boone County Kentucky Civil Defense program. Eric enjoys serving as one of 47 dedicated volunteers who work more

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“Friday Featured Employee” Adam Rath

Adam Rath joined Sperry Van Ness-RICORE Investment Management, Inc., in January 2015 as an Advisor specializing in the sale of investment properties nationwide. Some of  Adam’s vast experience includes: receiverships, distressed properties, property management, corporate acquisitions, multimillion dollar budgeting and in depth financial analysis.  Some clients he has worked

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Rickert named to Midwest Real Estate Hall of Fame

John C. Rickert, Principal and Executive Managing Director has been named to the Midwest Real Estate News Hall of Fame Class of  2014-2015.    

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RICORE Receives SBE Certification

RICORE Investment Management Special Assets, LLC is proud to announce that it has been awarded SBE (Small Business Enterprise) status from the City of Cincinnati. RICORE​ ​will continue its long standing efforts to ​provide opportunity for other local ​small and minority owned ​businesses. The City of Cincinnati’s Small

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