Richmond, Va., May 8th, 2017– Allegiancy is pleased to announce that through Cushman & Wakefield’s marketing efforts the six flex buildings that encompass Fairview Industrial Park have been sold. The
Stevens Sadler, CFA
Chief Executive Officer
Innovation, integrity, and allegiance to property owners are hallmarks of Allegiancy and its founder, Steve Sadler.
Allegiancy is a commercial real estate asset manager focused on growth in secondary markets. The company has made a name for itself by resurrecting troubled properties without a massive capital infusion from their owners.
Leading that charge has been Allegiancy CEO Steve Sadler.
“We take commercial real estate assets and apply our proactive, disciplined approach, along with an intense focus on details,” said Sadler. “I’m proud that we’ve been able to rescue many troubled properties and preserve the owners’ capital. We’ve also helped numerous stable and well-performing assets build greater cash reserves and become better positioned for the future.”
Central to Allegiancy’s own growth strategy has been using innovative means to raise capital. In 2014, the company used the SEC’s old Regulation A rules to raise $5 million.
With its pioneering plans featured in the Wall Street Journal in 2015, Allegiancy is now preparing to acquire more companies, secure additional asset management contracts, hire more employees, and continue to improve its proprietary technology for the benefit of property owners.
In looking back at his career before founding Allegiancy, Sadler said, “Everything I’ve done before has prepared me for this company at this time.”
Sadler’s career has focused on the capital markets. He has worked for well-known regional financial institutions around the country, including Wells Fargo. Sadler has managed public market securities and private placement transactions valued at more than $1 billion on behalf of TIAA-CREF, Mutual of Omaha, CS First Boston, and many others.
“My experience working with blue-chip companies has shown me that there is great value in doing things right,” said Sadler. “Allegiancy’s technology-enabled platform ensures that good things happen and bad surprises don’t.”
Sadler graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in East Asian Studies and Economics, and he holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
A popular industry speaker and writer, Sadler receives top reviews from audiences and hosting forums alike. Sadler is married to his high school sweetheart, Leslie, and the couple has five home-schooled daughters. His hobbies include sailing and fishing.
“Looking back at what we’ve been able to accomplish for our clients by being a good steward of the treasure they’ve entrusted to our company gives me the greatest satisfaction,” said Sadler.
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