Greg is an award winning (Midwest Real Estate Magazine Hall of Fame inductee) self-made millionaire who has 30 years of experience in the business ranging from teaching sales skills, people skills, and entrepreneurial skills as well as many real estate topics such as: representing tenants, buyers in renewals, restructuring existing leases as well as locating and negotiating office, medical space and investment projects as well as 1031 exchanges, lease buy outs. His expertise is in the area of advisory services, site selection and “win win” negotiation strategies.
Greg has studied and trained in all aspects on advisory services, consultation, contract negotiation, commercial real estate leasing, and investment property acquisition (He owns various property types in partnerships nationwide). He has authored numerous articles on these subjects and has won many awards including the 2006 Micro Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Real Estate, the prestigious Presentation Excellence Award at CB University, and the Business First “40 Under 40” Award. He was named by Midwest Real Estate News as one of the Top Fifty brokers in the Midwest in 2002 and 2003.
For 20 years Greg Schenk has been speaking, teaching and training nationally. He is a past speaker for the National Association of Realtors Signature Series Speakers. His passion to be the best teacher and commercial real estate information expert has made him a sought after expert. He is one of a select number of instructors that are active in the market; own property nationwide and one of only a few that gives a 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee!
Schenk writes articles on various subjects, does webinars, seminars, key note speeches and trains individuals, offices, associations and professionals around the country. His book “Tenant Rep A to Z” was written after fielding questions from his various seminars nationwide!
Please see Greg Schenk’s credentials and scope of seminar themes. You can see raving testimonies at www.schenkseminars.com as well as on You Tube, LinkedIn