Aimee Brazeau has been added to the NAS management team as a Senior Portfolio Manager.

Senior Portfolio Manager Added to NAS Team

National Asset Services (NAS), one of the Country’s leading commercial real estate companies, has added Aimee Brazeau, CSM, to the company’s executive management team as Senior Portfolio Manager.  Ms. Brazeau, will be responsible for overseeing NAS’ large, multifamily projects.

Aimee Brazeau brings over 30 years of experience in asset and property management to NAS.  She has spent the past 10 years providing national account clients with assistance in all facets of property management, due diligence for acquisitions and dispositions, and supervision of tenant coordination.

Senior Portfolio Manager Added to NAS
Aimee Brazeau, CSM, joins National Asset Services as Senior Portfolio Manager.

In addition to multifamily management, Ms. Brazeau has diverse experience in retail real estate, including site selection, asset management, lease negotiation, and construction supervision and oversight of property rehabilitations in excess of $3 Million. Ms. Brazeau has a strong emphasis in project budgeting, property valuations, due diligence for acquisitions and dispositions and property performance reporting.  She has standardized the financial reporting process, including third party monthly operating reports and yearly budgets.

Aimee’s professional experience includes employment with developers, pension fund advisors, tenant-in-common (TIC) ownership structures, retailers and third party property managers.

“Aimee’s extensive experience with tenant-in-common properties will strengthen our core executive staff.  She joins our company at a time when we are experiencing unprecedented growth, fueled, in part, by tenant-in-common properties in need refinancing due to loan maturities,” commented Karen, E. Kennedy, President and Founder of National Asset Services. “We are one of the few companies in the industry that has extensive experience with tenant-in-common ownership structures.  We have a proven success in delivering the best possible outcome for these investors, including refinancing strategies that may allow the TIC ownership structure to stay intact.”