DTZ Nanaimo joins forces with NAI Commercial

NANAIMO – Nanaimo commercial real estate firm merges with global commercial real estate brokerage.

The New Year will bring a new look for DTZ Nanaimo.

The company announced Dec. 9 it will join forces with NAI Global, a global network of owner-operated commercial real estate brokerage firms.

The firm will be rebranded as NAI Commercial Central Vancouver Island, effective Jan. 1, and will continue to operate under Bob Moss, managing broker and founder of DTZ in 1993.

“We are excited to join NAI Global as part of NAI Commercial,” Moss said in a press release. “As the commercial real estate market continues to consolidate, NAI Global is the best option for independent brokers and owners to remain competitive without sacrificing independence. Now that we are part of NAI, we can offer our clients access to local experts anywhere in the world, and our employees will have expanded opportunities to tap into skills development and career exploration.”

NAI Commercial is a commercial real estate brokerage operating throughout Canada with B.C. offices in Vancouver, Langley and Victoria. The company’s real estate practices focuses on commercial properties, land representation, tenant representation, business acquisition, and investment sales and provides expertise in property management, business brokerage, consulting services and special situations, and other commercial property services.

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