Rav Singh, CCIM

Rav Singh, CCIM



Commercial Real Estate & Business Brokerage

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Rav Singh is a licensed commercial real estate agent registered with Texas Real Estate Commission. Before joining KW Commercial, he owned and operated a graphic design and advertising business for 13 years. As a former marketer and business owner, he knows how and where to market the business for maximum exposure while maintaining confidentiality. His client list included Audi, VW, Coca Cola and other top companies in the US.

After entering the commercial real estate and business brokerage field, he has represented and closed many deals and is now ready to serve you! He specialize in gas stations, convenience stores, land brokerage, multi-family, hospitality, and other cash producing properties in greater San Antonio Metroplex.

"Understanding and listening to the client's needs is where it all starts", says Rav, who works with investors and owner operators locally and internationally. Originally from Panjab, India, having lived in the United States for over 25 years, Rav understands the blend of both western and eastern cultures and can provide a higher level of service and analyze numbers to look at any investment project. He recently achieved the prestigious designation of CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member), the PhD of commercial real estate, by taking core courses and networking to learn, network, and better prepare to take advantages for the future opportunities!

He serves as a KW Commercial Director in the IH-10 Keller Williams office in San Antonio, Texas. Please read his blog at http://commercialrealtor.featuredblog.com/ to learn more about him.

Services Offered:
We focus in the buyer/seller representation of business brokerage and commercial real estate in the $500,000-$5 Million range.  
Areas Served:
Bexar County, Texas. Travis County, Texas. Guadalupe County, Texas. Dallas County, Texas. Harris County, Texas.  
KW Commercial is the commercial real estate arm of Keller Williams Realty, Inc, the largest real estate company in North America with over 73,000 real estate agents, operating in over 650 offices across the United States, Canada other countries.  
Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) National Association of Realtors; Realtors Commercial Alliance (RCA); Asian Real Estate Association of America; LoopNet (#1 Commercial Real Estate Online)  
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Shell gasoline station with d...



Seguin, TX...

Operating 3900 SF convenience store with Shell gasoline service station. 2 PMD s (4 pumps). Open layout inside with large open area and drive thru that can be leased out for extra income! GAS CONTRACT EXPIRES 2014. Keep as Shell or unbrand. Inside: $40,000/mo Outside: 15k gallons/mo Rent: $2700 plus NNN per month LARGE GAME MACHINE INCOME!...

Unbranded Gas with Convenienc...



San Antonio,...

Inside Sales: $50,000/mo Outside gal Sales: 10,000 gpm (just installed new pumps) Lotto Sales: $47,000/mo Lease: 10 years Rent: $3000 NNN This gas station has a large convenience store and 2 newely refurburished gas dispensers. Great northwest corner lot location. Current owners have been in this location for over 4 years. The store is in...

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Truck Stop and Restaurant...H...



Eagleville, MO...

Highlights -VALERO branding coming soon!: -AMAZING Inside sales-$400,000 monthly.....has the potential of $500,000-$600,000 -Located off a Major Highway- I-35 -Great Gross Sales yearly -$10,000,000 -Restaurant Revenue is projected to increase by 10% -No Beer or Wine License...an addition to Revenue and Profit Description OWNER...

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