Hanley Investment Group Sales Volume Up 50%

CORONA DEL MAR, CA—Hanley Investment Group has experienced a 50% increase in sales volume over the past 12 months, GlobeSt.com has learned exclusively. The boost in sales will likely result in another record-setting year for the Orange County-based brokerage firm. To celebrate the high sales volume—as well as the company’s 10-year anniversary—Hanley Investment Group has opened up a new headquarter office at 3500 E. Coast Highway, Suite 100 in Corona del Mar.

“Our clients have always come first and our dedication to superior client service is a major reason that we have enjoyed such tremendous growth and success over the years,” Ed Hanley, president of Hanley Investment Group, tells GlobeSt.com. “Our commitment to service and creative thinking is unwavering. We make every interaction count for all those involved and strive to be at the top of our game to lend expertise and strategic thinking to team members and clients, always adding meaningful value.”

Last year, the firm strengthened its national presence and rolled into 10 new states. As a result, half of the deals the company has done in the last 12 months are outside of the state. “We are always pushing ourselves to bring our absolute best to every single assignment,” adds Hanley. “What we do matters. It impacts people’s lives and drives personal wealth and economic growth. We take that responsibility very seriously.”

The new office space will reflect the firm’s culture, which is highly collaborative and rooted in core values. Hanley purchased its new headquarters office building in July 2014, and massively renovated the property into an 8,000-square-foot office space with 2,800 square feet of retail. The property is near Newport Center and Fashion Island.

Hanley Investment Group focuses on single tenant, multi-tenant and anchored shopping centers as well as mixed-use and urban retail properties nationwide. The company’s EVPs Bill Asher and Eric Wohl and SVPs Jeremy McChesney and Kevin Fryman have worked together for at least 13 years.

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