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September 22 2015

Allegiancy’s dramatic growth lands it on Richmond BizSense’s The RVA 25 list of fast-growing companies

Allegiancy’s dramatic growth lands it on Richmond BizSense’s The RVA 25 list of fast-growing companies

Richmond, Va., Sept. 22, 2015 — An aggressive growth strategy and technology-driven innovations have sparked Allegiancy’s placement at 17th in the Richmond BizSense “The RVA 25” list of fastest-growing companies in the city.

The recognition of Allegiancy, a commercial real estate asset management specialist, on the list was announced Sept. 21 by Richmond BizSense. Allegiancy’s average annual growth rate over the past three years was 62 percent.

“Allegiancy is delighted to be recognized for growing a great company right here in Richmond,” said CEO Steve Sadler. “We’re very happy to be on The RVA 25 list and with growth accelerating for Allegiancy, we think 2016 will be even bigger.”

The listing of Allegiancy on The RVA 25 highlights the firm’s technology-enabled and analytics-driven operating platform that maximizes the value of its assets under management to deliver market-beating performance. Last year, Allegiancy raised $5 million in capital that it used to more double its size through organic growth and then double again through the acquisition of a Houston, Tex., asset management firm.

In August, Allegiancy was named to the Inc. 5000 list, placing in the top half of the index of fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. The company has more than tripled the number of its employees over the past year to 20. In July, Allegiancy doubled the size of its headquarters when it moved into a 7,000-square-foot space in Richmond.

“Richmond has been good to our firm and we are excited to be growing a world class company here,” Sadler said.

Earlier this month, Allegiancy filed a $50 million offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the new Reg A+ rules to become one of the first companies in the nation to tap this new capital raising model. Allegiancy will use the capital to make significant investments in its proprietary technology platform, consummate new acquisitions and expand its employee base to handle the intended growth.

Richmond BizSense will honor the companies it recognized in The RVA 25 at an event on Oct. 15 at the Jepson Alumni Center at the University of Richmond.

About Allegiancy

Allegiancy is changing the business of asset management for commercial real estate owners and investors with radical specialization. With a technology-enabled operating platform and a singular focus on serving as the owners’ advocate, the company brings fresh vigor and unparalleled discipline to a poorly understood business. Combining its proactive Value Assurance operational rigor with an intense focus on cash flow and profitability, Allegiancy is expanding on a track record of its principals of more than four decades of success.

For more information about the company or to arrange an interview with CEO Steve Sadler, contact Audrey Bevel at, or 866.842.7545.


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