services offered by Coastal Realty & Acquisition Services,
Inc. are generally provided from a team of affiliated
independent real estate professionals.
The composition of the team for a particular project,
of course, is based specifically upon the needs and goals of
provided by the Coastal team can include:
on the specific project needs, Coastal Realty & Acquisition
Services, Inc., will assemble the appropriate team members,
obligate the team to the project goals under a single, master
contract with the client, coordinate and manage the team
during the project period, and provide a single point of
contact for the client.
to many governmental clients can be to receive professional
and coordinated land acquisition and consulting services using
a Coastal team that offers skills and experience that may not
be present, or available, within current government employee
Coastal teams only provide their services until that specific
contract’s goals are met.
These time-sensitive services can come at a significant
savings over the costs of full-time government employees that
might provide similar services “in-house”.
Another advantage is to shift the time-consuming demands on management in the process of locating, coordinating, and communicating with a number of independent consultants to achieve land acquisition goals or mandates. Coastal Realty & Acquisition Services, Inc., as the team manager, provides the client with a single point of contact to monitor a project’s progress. Another advantage of using private acquisition services is the potential to avoid the necessity of eminent domain proceedings. In the private sector, discrete acquisitions occur on a daily basis. Many sellers, once they know the buyer is a governmental agency, large corporation, wealthily individual or any other entity that has a “special interest” in the property will take advantage of the situation. By using the private sector to negotiate the transaction, the identification of the client can be delayed, often resulting in a voluntary sale, and avoiding the potentially far greater costs of condemnation proceedings.