“We have been working hard not only to be successful as a business but also to help elevate the entrepreneurial community as a whole to a new level.”
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (PRWEB)
April 17, 2018
Brian and Patrick Nelson, principals of the real estate investment firm Nelson Brothers Professional Real Estate, LLC have been selected as semifinalists for the Entrepreneur of the Year 2018 program in Orange County. Ernst & Young (EY), the sponsor of the program, will announce the finalists the week of May 14.
The Entrepreneur of the Year program honors “entrepreneurs whose boldness drives them to do things differently and change our world in the most unexpected ways.”
“We feel honored to have been selected as a semifinalist in this amazing program,” said Patrick Nelson. “We have been working hard not only to be successful as a business but also to help elevate the entrepreneurial community as a whole to a new level. We are grateful to be part of this community that values the spirit of entrepreneurship.”
Nelson Brothers’ experience includes the underwriting, syndication and acquisition of over 40 properties across the country totaling more than $750 million. They have been involved in major projects including rehabilitation and ground-up development on student housing properties. Their portfolio comprises student housing properties ranging in values of $3 million to $44 million nationwide.
For more information on Nelson Brothers, please visit http://www.nelson-brothers.com.
About Nelson Brothers
Since its inception in 2007, Nelson Brothers has acquired and currently manages over $750 million in assets through the acquisition of 40 plus student housing properties and three assisted living properties across 14 states. Nelson Brothers focuses on targeted growth opportunities and value-added investments for its clients through capital improvements, cost efficiency, and revenue maximization. Its entities include Nelson Brothers Professional Real Estate LLC, Nelson Brothers Property Management Inc. and Nelson Brothers Construction Management.
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