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Robertson Franchini Industrial Team

Exceptional results require more than just transactional expertise.

Robertson and Franchini is a three-person team of seasoned industrial and land brokers with decades of combined experience in the New Mexico market. To guide our clients through every step, we’ve built an integrated platform of complementary services to achieve your business goals. Our approach will differ for each client in order to ensure the best fit for unique needs. With our diverse skillsets, we are able to coordinate effective marketing efforts, ensure prompt attention and provide a full range of strengths.

Our team

Our listing process

Understand and evaluate

  • Understand the clients’ goals and situation
  • Understand the property’s strengths and weaknesses
  • Compile the current and projected state of the market
  • Inventory the supply of competitive properties
  • Evaluate the relative strength of the demand by users (buys and/or tenants)


Lining up our sights

  • Identify and prioritize target markets
  • Create a pricing strategy
  • Create messaging that address target market priorities
  • Identify channels and tactics to reach target

Getting the word out

  • Post property information to listing services and announce availability
  • Begin personal canvasing to reach specific target tenants or buyers
  • Distribute printed collateral and campaigns
  • Schedule property tours

The finish line

  • Collect, score and assess interested users
  • Analyze offers and make recommendations
  • Negotiate deal for best value

Featured research

Nov 1, 2021

Q3 2021 Albuquerque Industrial market report

Construction continues with market at less than 2% vacancy -- Industrial saw yet another quarter with positive absorption gains, ending the quarter with a total of 78,276 square feet absorbed, due primarily to several 15,000–20,000 square foot leases.
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Sep 1, 2021

Q2 2021 Albuquerque Industrial market report

Construction bubble bursts with costs going up -- Demand continued to outpace supply of industrial space in Q2, driving asking rates higher and vacancy rates lower once more. The new record-low vacancy rate in Albuquerque is 1.80%, after 183,742 SF of absorption during the quarter.
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Apr 30, 2021

Q1 2021 Albuquerque Industrial market report

Unprecedented growth and demand for space -- The first quarter of 2021 continued the strong activity from 2020, with a record-low vacancy rate of 1.96% and overall absorption of 198,524 SF.
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Feb 23, 2021

Q4 2020 Albuquerque Industrial market report

Growth, expansion, investment and innovation throughout 2021 -- The industrial vacancy rate in Albuquerque held relatively steady in the mid 2% with minimal activity during the last quarter of 2020. After a year of expansions, moves, and shuffles, Q4 had a final negative absorption of about 26,000 square feet despite a few large lease deals being completed.
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