Greg Bedell, CCIM
Senior VP, Investment Sales
CA License DRE #01942970View Current Listings
Greg specializes in representing sellers of Inland Empire retail investment properties and is one of the region’s top investment sale specialists. Greg has also earned the highly respected Certified Commercial Investment Manager (CCIM) designation, awarded to those who have completed advanced coursework in financial and market analysis while also demonstrating an extensive portfolio of completed investment sales transactions.
A native of the Inland Empire, Greg is able to leverage his extensive knowledge and understanding of the trade area to create maximum value for his clients. Greg has also represented buyers is acquiring assets throughout the Unities States, many of which were 1031 exchange transactions.
Greg is on the forefront of utilizing technology to improve his clients’ bottom line. For example, he and a colleague were amongst the first in the commercial brokerage community to create and implement “Why Buy Videos” on behalf of their clients. Why Buy Videos use a mixture of drone footage, high-definition professional photography, graphics, and a carefully crafted pitch by the broker to “tell the story” of a deal. These 60 to 90 second videos have proven to dramatically increase activity, ultimately leading to more offers and higher closing prices in many cases.
Greg graduated Magna Cum Laude from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with a degree in Finance, Real Estate & Law. Greg is one the founding officers of Cal Poly’s Real Estate Association and currently sits on the Alumni Board.
Greg is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and a past sitting board member of the Association of Commercial Real Estate Executives (ACRE).
Greg resides in Redlands with his wife, son, and their Golden Retriever.
In addition to multiple family trusts, Greg has represented:
Capital Investment Network
The Orosco Group
Oxford Investment Group
Continental Management Group
RAD & Associates
Scripps West Properties
La Mancha Development
The Festival Companies
Notable Inland Empire Transactions
|Los Compadres Center||$8,797,500||Colton, CA|
|Shell Gas & Circle K||$9,350,000||Jurupa Valley, CA|
|Village Mall||$3,900,000||Big Bear, CA|
|Shops at Fontana Square||$2,800,000||Fontana, CA|
|U.S. Bank||$3,265,625||Rancho, Cucamonga|
|Former Food 4 Less||$4,788,888||Corona, CA|
|Cross Creek Golf Course||$4,650,000||Temecula, CA|
|Foothill Village||$5,300,000||Fontana, CA|
|Courthouse Plaza||$5,560,000||Hemet, CA|
|ALDI & WSS||$8,775,000||Rialto, CA|
|Retail/Food Hall Redevelopment||$1,300,000||Riverside, CA|
|Absolute NNN Popeyes||$2,264,500||Beaumont, CA|
|Shops to 99 Cent Only||$2,550,000||Apple Valley, CA|
|Shops at Ramona Expressway||$3,483,700||Perris, CA|
|Shops at Mission Square||$4,050,000||Montclair, CA|
|Starbucks Shops||$2,450,000||Montclair, CA|
|Dollar General Town Center||$4,900,000||San Jacinto, CA|
|Social Security Administration Redevelopment||$3,250,000||Riverside, CA|
|7 Eleven Shops||$3,200,000||San Bernardino, CA|
|Yucaipa Plaza||$3,500,000||Yucaipa, CA|
|Shops at Balsa 62||$2,550,000||Yucca Valley, CA|
|Former Walmart||$4,050,000||Perris, CA|
|Plaza de Majorca||$5,830,000||Moreno Valley, CA|
|Barstow Plaza||$3,600,000||Barstow, CA|