Nathan V. Hughes

Nathan V. Hughes



Business Broker & Commercial Realtor, Certified Business Intermediary (CBI)

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Nathan Hughes is a Richmond native and graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Finance. Following several years generating reports and analyzing budgets, Nathan realized that his stronger interest was in connecting people with opportunities (a.k.a., sales & networking). With strong contacts in the local community and experience working in restaurants and other small businesses, Nathan made a smooth career transition to business brokerage and commercial real estate where he continues today.

Specialties: Retail businesses and restaurants, property management (residential & commercial)

Services Offered:
Business Brokerage (Buying & Selling), including franchise sales and resales Commercial Leasing Representation Property Management, Residential & Commercial Commercial and Investment Real Estate Sales  
Areas Served:
Richmond City County, VA
Henrico County, VA
Chesterfield County, VA
Hanover County, VA
Richmond County, VA
National Association of Realtors Member January 2005 – Present Virginia Association of Realtors Multiple (see below) January 2005 – Present * 2010 & 2011 Chair (2009 Vice-Chair) of the Commercial Alliance, working to analyze and suggest legislation for the VAR; member of the Commercial Alliance 2008-2011 * Virginia Leadership Academy, Class of 2010 * 2013 Chair (2012 Vice-Chair) of the Risk Management Committee, Member 2011-2013 - RMC Liaison to the Bill Review Committee, 2012-2013 - Ex-officio Member of the Strategic Funding Committee, 2013 * Member of the Board of Trustees for the Virginia Leadership Academy, 2012-2013 * Member of the Future of Convention Workgroup, 2013 * Member of the YPN Committee, 2014 Richmond Association of Realtors Multiple (see below) January 2005 – Present * Founding member of the Property Management Division, 2009-2013; Secretary of the BOD, 2012 * Member of the Legislative Committee, 2008-2010, 2012-2014 * Chair of the Commercial Division of CVRMLS, 2011-2013 * Ex-officio Member (2011-2013) and Member (2014) of the CVRMLS Board of Directors * Member of the Budget & Finance Committee, 2014 * RPAC Trustee, 2014 * Member of the Board of Directors, 2014 Carolinas-Virginia Business Brokers Association Member July 2011 – Present The Carolinas - Virginia Business Brokers Association is a non-profit corporation created to unite those engaged in the sale of business opportunities in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia for the following purposes: *Maximize and enhance public awareness of the business transition profession and association members. *Promote the professional development of members through educational opportunities and networking. *Support an efficient market for the transfer of business ownership. *Develop and encourage a code of ethics among its members to set high standards of conduct and professionalism CCIM of Virginia Member October 2010 – Present CCIM Institute Candidate May 2010 – Present Ongoing commercial real estate investment education Commission for Architectural Review for the City of Richmond Member, February 2014 – Present The Richmond Commission of Architectural Review (CAR) was established by City Council in 1957. The CAR is the city's official historic preservation body and is charged with reviewing all exterior changes to structures within the city's Old and Historic Districts and issuing Certificates of Appropriateness for those projects that it deems to be appropriate. The CAR bases all its decisions generally on the Secretary of the interior's Standards for Rehabilitation and New Construction; and specifically on the Richmond Old and Historic Districts Handbook and Design Review Guidelines , adopted in 1999. When a neighborhood organization or other applicable entity submits a nomination request, the CAR oversees the process for designation of Old and Historic Districts and makes a final recommendation for designation to City Council. The CAR also assists and advises City Council, all city boards and departments, and property owners in matters involving historic resources relating to appropriate land use, zoning, and other issues  
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Downtown Breakfast & Lunch Cafe



Richmond, VA (Richmond City County)

Downtown Breakfast & Lunch Cafe

This busy operation focuses on breakfast and lunch in the Central Business District of Richmond, VA. It has excellent visibility, and is surrounded by daytime customers. A breakfast/lunch business gives a restaurant owner the opportunity to be in the business that they love, but also not have to work nights and weekends!

Asian restaurant in West End



Henrico, VA (Henrico County)

Asian restaurant in West End

Spacious, fully equipped Asian restaurant in a busy West End shopping center. HUGE hood with all the kitchen equipment that you would ever need! Plenty of parking. Doesn’t need to remain an Asian restaurant, but you can take over and run it as-is. Great rent — less than $13.00/SF!

Profitable Full Service Asian rest...



Midlothian, VA (Chesterfield County)

Profitable Full Service Asian restaurant in Chesterfield

Busy Asian restaurant in Chesterfield ready to continue generating profit for a new owner as-is, or easily converted to another concept that may do even better. The kitchen has a large walk-in refrigerator and a large walk-in freezer, and a HUGE hood system (approx 28 feet long!). Contact us now to arrange a showing!

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