SLC Commercial announces formation of Distressed Commercial Property Division


Jeff Chamberlin, a member of the Treasure Coast community. This story is neither endorsed by nor affiliated with this site.

Originally published 10:56 a.m., July 23, 2010 Updated 10:56 a.m., July 23, 2010

PORT ST. LUCIE — Jeffrey D. Chamberlin, CCIM, SIOR, president of SLC Commercial, announced the formation of a Distressed Commercial Property Workout and Disposition Division within the company. The Division is being led by Chamberlin and SLC Commercial Vice President Michael Yurocko, CCIM.

The company offers a wide array of services related to the handling of distressed commercial assets, including: Receivership Services and Property Management, Accelerated Marketing / Sealed Bid Sales, Pre-Foreclosure Valuation and Consultation, Mediation Services, REO and Note Sales, and traditional Listing and Marketing Services and Sale Negotiations.

The company already counts a number of national banks on its client list, and expects to add more throughout 2010 and into 2011. A few of the foreclosed bank owned properties currently being handled by SLC agents include the 13 acre Tropical Business Park site fronting I-95 in Stuart, a restaurant property in Delray Beach, and a 5 acre site on Berry Avenue in Palm City.

SLC Commercial is a full service commercial real estate brokerage and development company, with offices in Stuart, Port St. Lucie and Vero Beach. The company’s other services include the brokerage of land, retail, office, industrial and income properties, as well as buyer and tenant representation, development, consulting, property management and leasing.

For additional information, please contact Jeffrey D. Chamberlin, CCIM, SIOR at (772) 220-4096.

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