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Justin Rex

MCRE

Brokerage Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

After serving as a Research Analyst assisting brokers in the Greater Cincinnati market, I have transitioned into a Brokerage Vice President specializing in the retail sector.  I work with both property owners and tenants to provide value and market insight whether it is stabilizing a neighborhood center or locating the strongest position for their operation.  I dedicate myself to my clients in the areas of acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, development, zoning, and market analysis.

Accomplishments

  • 2015 - West Shell, Jr. Club
  • Awarded the 2014 "Rising Star" award from the Commercial Real Estate Council of Greater Cincinnati
  • 2014 & 2015 Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors "Commercial Top Producers Club" 
  • Being awarded the Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship to The Ohio State University
  • Serving on the committee for the Cincinnati Caddie Classic golf outing in which annually raises money for the Evans Scholarship Foundation

Education

Bachelors- Finance and Real Estate from The Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University

Memberships & Involvements

I.C.S.C.

Clients

Krispy Kreme, Rent-A-Center, Rooster's Men's Grooming Center, Menchie's Frozen Yogurt, LNR, Tropical Smoothie Cafe, Pita Pit

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Retail, Land

My Team

Featured Research

Nov 1, 2021

Cincinnati Retail 21Q3 Report

Greater Cincinnati retail activity took a pause in the third quarter after posting nine consecutive occupancy gains beginning mid-2019.
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Oct 27, 2021

Dayton Retail 21Q3 Report

Dayton Retail Market Remains Stable
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Aug 11, 2021

Cincinnati Retail 21Q2 Report

The Greater Cincinnati retail market can best be described as stable. The market has recorded occupancy gains over the past two years and leasing activity has remained steady. Many larger transactions, though, have been focused on discounters and non-traditional users. New construction activity remains modest by historical standards and has not contributed to excess vacancy due to the delivery of projects for a single-tenant or others with significant pre-leasing activity. The conversion of retail properties to alternate uses has also reduced vacancy levels, while also contributing to steadily increasing rental rates as high vacancy, poorly located properties have been removed from the market.
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