RRCRA (“Formerly CRE Florida Partners”) is a South Florida based full service commercial real estate firm. With a rich heritage, uncompromising integrity, and a business dating back to 1967, we take great pride in celebrating our longevity and long standing client relationships.
Our exceptional group of talented professionals operate in seven (7) Florida counties, including: Broward, Palm Beach, Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, and Miami- Dade, representing a population of over 6 million.
Offering a full–range of commercial real estate services, we maintain deep professional and social “roots” in the markets we serve, and maintain a leading edge presence in all aspects of our expertise. Perhaps the biggest differentiator for RRCRA is the way we value the relationships we maintain with our clients, associates, staff, and vendors- some who we have worked with for decades. We know what it takes to get the job done and thrive on the challenges that presents.
The vision for RRCRA emerged in 2011 and the firm was founded in 2012 by two energetic veteran brokers who saw the need for a new kind of commercial real estate firm, different from any other. A firm with a broad vision to build a network of offices throughout Florida and a deep commitment to bring our experience and focus to each assignment for our clients. Coming from a deeply rooted commercial real estate firm in Florida, with a long and distinguished family history in Florida commercial real estate, Founding Partner, Tom Robertson, brings unique strengths, values and perspectives to RRCRA.
Mr. Robertson, a Sr. Vice President with Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE:JLL) and the second largest commercial firm in the US, has over 20 years of experience in commercial real estate and was also a partner/principal with Coldwell Banker Commercial in Boca Raton.
RRCRA emerged to form the basis for a firm founded on four fundamental principles… “Passion. Performance. Results. Integrity.”
“Passion. Performance. Results. Integrity”
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