Our company’s real estate investing experience goes back several generations in the Central Valley of California to 1924. Our family patriarch invested in agricultural properties and other real estate including petroleum producing properties. From that beginning, KerNors, LLC has continued to build a diversified portfolio of real estate holdings.
- We have always believed that a property had to hold value for the investors but also be a property that would be a positive experience for the tenant that would add value to their business or life. Our team at KerNors has access to talented managers and analysts who understand the volatile real estate markets that are now part of the investing equation.
- We have invested in such diverse areas as wind farms in California, a shopping center in the Inland Empire of California, and resort properties in Utah and Oregon.
- We have partnered with cutting edge companies such as Rose City Commercial Real Estate and Keller Williams Commercial to expand our opportunities and make sure that our portfolio brings exceptional returns.
The managing partner of KerNors, Robert Poe, is a CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) designee and has over 25 years of real estate experience. He is dedicated to maximizing stakeholder value while staying true to the ideals of the original founders of tenant satisfaction and value propositions.
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In part one of our series on agricultural investing we noted that your investment could be as hands off as any other investment. But we also mentioned direct ownership of farmland. Here, in the second Smart Investors Series article on ag-investing, we expand our look to include strategies that offer direct investment in farmland. We start with the ‘what’, move...Read more »