Hilco Real Estate, LLC helps businesses improve leverage and cash flow by repositioning and restructuring their real estate commitments. Our focus is on optimizing value in the shortest time frame possible.
Our clients include retail businesses and industrial concerns that may be closing under-performing facilities, consolidating as a result of a merger or acquisition, expanding into new markets, or streamlining their organization. We serve healthy companies as well as those in turnaround and renewal or in bankruptcy.
Our Integrated Services Approach Yields More Value In Less Time.
Two fundamentals drive every transaction handled by Hilco Real Estate specialists: speed is critical and we must meet or exceed the client's expectations. Our integrated services structure enables you to consolidate all your requirements with one resource. This versatility not only saves time and expense, it provides you with more options to bring about a satisfactory end result.
Hilco Real Estate, LLC today announced a call for offers deadline of June 19, 2014 for a portfolio of real estate assets involved in the Furniture Brands International bankruptcy case. A total of 17 Thomasville and Lane real estate, ranging from manufacturing and distribution facilities to prime development land, located throughout Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia are included in this offering.
Hilco Real Estate, LLC announced an upcoming auction of the award-winning Sunglow Ranch Resort in Pearce, Arizona on May 2. The exclusive resort is located within the scenic Chiricahua Mountains, approximately 2 hours west of Tucson, and abutting 200,000 acres of Coronado National Forest.
Hilco Real Estate, LLC announces the absolute auction sale of a former nursing home facility in Bridgewater, TX, located 45 miles northwest of Ft. Worth, TX. The live auction event will be held at the property on April 17, 2014.
In recent years, "Brick and Mortar" chain stores have begun to fall in the shadow of the rapidly growing major e-commerce sites, such as Amazon. Hilco Real Estate President Greg Apter was asked to give his expert opinion on the recent flood of store closings and although he agreed that major online retailers such as Amazon play a critical role in the landscape we see today, it is a much more complex story behind the recent closings.