Acquisition is one of the imperative department and team group part of Merabi Organization Group, LLC. MOG’s distinctive approach to development starts with site selection. We choose communities that offer a positive atmosphere, beautiful surroundings, and an appreciation of the quality that MOG provides its Offices, retails residents tenants.
MOG’s Investment department is always looking for opportunities to purchase CRE, expanding and achieving our business goals. MOG’s team of skilled and experienced associates will locate and analyze real estate projects that fit our acquisition criteria. Ideal acquisition projects, both stabilized and value add, include office, retail and residential.
MOG has successfully orchestrated the development of commercial and residential real estate. The firm´s development team maintains vast experience in build-class A luxury building and redevelopment projects and offers flexibility in its rental building.
MOG is all about team & teamwork, the ability to work together toward a common vision… SUCCESS-GIVE BACK- SHARE… It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” IN OUR ENTITY OUR LEADERSHIP IS BASED ON: If our actions inspire others to be better people, give more, dream more, learn more, do more and become more, than we have done our leading wisely.
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