Acquisitions and Dispositions
Moore consistently enjoys success with complicated projects that require a well-coordinated platform.
Moore sources off-market deals, widely-marketed deals, and widely-marketed deals with a nuance that offers special opportunity. Close relationships with brokers have been invaluable.
Moore’s three principals co-invest in every acquisition.
Acquisitions may be made with institutions, private investors, or by the principals.
Physical due diligence is a hands-on activity. Ultimate effectiveness comes from selecting the right consultant, sophisticated assessment of information, and determination of cost-effective cures.
Abstract due diligence (i.e. reviewing leases, operating expenses, surveys, and title) is conducted by Moore personnel with legal input.
Pre-acquisition tenant interviews are conducted by a Moore principal.
Moore is committed to successful working relationships with lenders, whether insurance companies, banks, or CMB services. Debt providers to Moore have included Union Mutual Life Insurance Company, John Hancock Life Insurance Company, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, AIG, Bank of America, Royal Bank of Scotland, Capitol One Bank, Burke and Herbert Bank, and numerous others.
Historically, the majority of Moore acquisitions have been office buildings, but retail, industrial, flex, and developable land are also in the portfolio.
Over its history, Moore has engaged in over $1.3 billion in commercial real estate transactions.
Moore has regional offices serving Washington, DC and Austin, Texas.