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Allegiancy Named 2015 Super Star Entrepreneur

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Allegiancy Named 2015 Super Star Entrepreneur

By: Steve Sadler, CEO, Allegiancy

December 08, 2015

Earlier this year, Allegiancy was named to the Inc. 5000 list of the 5000 fastest growing private companies in America.

In a recent special publication, which you can download here or read the complete article below, Inc. 5000 outlines how we, a growing active commercial real estate asset management firm, did it.

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Now in it’s ninth year, the Inc. 5000 is the most comprehensive portrait of America’s fastest-growing private companies assembled anywhere. Each profile is reported by one of the dozens of writers assigned to the project. Many firms are innovators with little coverage elsewhere; many others are using their cutting-edge savvy to grow their market share in traditional products and services, and are similarly underreported by the rest of the business media. The Inc. 5000 profiles are available on Inc.com.

Rank #2486

Three-year growth: 151%

2014 revenue: $3.7M

Founded 2006

Industry: Real Estate

Employees: 15

Provides active asset management services for commercial real estate owners and investors.

In Allegiancy’s Own Words

For centuries, the real estate industry has been apprentice-based and static. It is resistant to change, run by people who have been content to operate outdated technologies and practices. Quite simply, they lacked vision. At Allegiancy, we see something different. History is never made by those who favor the status quo. Those resistant to change are the keepers of the past, doomed to best be footnotes in history. The radicals are disrupters who chart a bold new future. At Allegiancy, we envision the dawning of a new era of active asset management for commercial real estate. The revolution is happening now.

Allegiancy is committed to radical specialization, emphasizing innovative technology and data analytics to establish a competitive advantage in the commercial real estate industry. Each of our properties is a stand-alone business, requiring leadership and insight. Accuracy, speed and analysis of reams of data and operational complexity are our competitive advantage.

Our proprietary technology system enables us to compress timelines, while most industry deals with data that is 30 to 45 days old. Meanwhile, we have the information we need in less than 24 hours and can rapidly respond to correct inefficiencies, recognize opportunity and capture unrealized profits. For the industry, this is radical. This creates lasting value at the asset level and puts money back into the owner’s pockets.

The U.S. has a $15 trillion commercial real estate industry with $1 billion in annual revenue. In harnessing a technological advantage and maximizing decades of our professional experience, our results for clients and investors are consistently excellent and industry-leading. We’re defining technology-driven performance.

Allegiancy combines visionary leadership with experienced management and innovative performance. The result is 400 percent company growth in the past year that underscores Allegiancy’s commitment to ensuring our assets under management are peak profit centers. Combing decades of experience with cutting-edge technology and analytics, Allegiancy is proactive, efficient and motivated on behalf of our most important asset, our clients, to safeguard their capital and protect their peace of mind. Our devotion to serving our clients means scrutiny of every detail to ensure our investors earn returns that outpace our competitors.

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