Frank Guerra, principal of Altis Cardinal, LLC, a Miami-based full-service real estate firm joins Enterprise Radio and discusses how Altis Cardinal recently secured a lease renewal from American Airlines in one of their buildings.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Frank Guerra discuss the following:
- Tell us about Altis Cardinal, LLC and how it came to be?
- What was the most difficult part about getting into the real estate business, specifically being a full-service firm?
- In the three core focus areas of: acquisition, third party development and management services, and consulting of real estate assets, which is the most challenging?
- You recently secured a lease renewal from American Airlines in one of your buildings. Tell us about that process and how it differs when working with a large organization like AA.
- What advice do you have for young entrepreneurs who are looking to get into the real estate business today?
Frank Guerra obtained a law degree from the National Law Center at George Washington University with an emphasis on real estate and transactional law. Simultaneously, he obtained a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in finance. Frank Guerra founded Altis Cardinal, LLC, a full-service real estate firm, in 2009. Altis’ principals boast a wealth of experience in the real estate field, including the development and acquisition of over a billion dollars of condominium assets, asset management, property management, legal expertise, and financial expertise regarding complex real estate matters. This background offers a unique and all encompassing perspective that is critical in formulating and implementing effective strategies in today’s complex real estate environment.
Prior to founding Altis Cardinal, Frank Guerra led a distinguished legal career, most notably practicing real estate law at Bilzin, Sumberg in Miami. Afterward, he embarked on a career in real estate acquisition and development co-founding a development company known as Neo. Frank served as President and oversaw most of the operational aspects of that company. Neo was a conglomerate of several companies including development entities, as well as service companies such as Neo Realty, a real estate brokerage company.