Progressive Real Estate Partners
9471 Haven Ave Suite 110, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, 91730
(909) 230-4500

(714) 485-3360

Team

  • Paul Su
    Retail Sales & Leasing Specialist
  • Brad Umansky
    President
  • Heather Sharp
    Senior Vice President
  • Greg Bedell, CCIM
    Vice President Investment Sales
  • Wants

    Under Contract

    About

    Progressive Real Estate Partners focuses on the leasing and sales of retail properties in the San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire. We offer a fully integrated platform that is designed to help owners and tenants achieve their real estate goals. For the past two decades we have been the leader in retail transactions throughout the Inland Empire.

    Company Blog

    Navigating Today’s Retail Investment Sales Market

    If someone tells you with certainty what your retail property is worth in today’s market, you can be confident that they are either naive or not giving you the full picture. Following the 2021-2022...

    Brad’s Blog – Unpacking California’s $20/Hour Fast Food Minimum Wage Legislation

    On April 1, 2024, the minimum wage for fast food workers who work at a “National Fast Food Chain” will increase to $20/hour in California. This is a full 25% higher than the current $16/hour for...

    Brad’s Blog – Inland Empire Retail Wrap Up and Outlook for 2024

    There have been a lot of articles and blogs detailing all the events of 2023. Although it’s always good to reflect back and learn from experience, at Progressive Real Estate Partners we’re more...

    Retail Inland Empire Retail Rancho Cucamonga Retail San Gabriel Valley Retail
    Contact a TheBrokerList.com Member
    Looking for an office, retail space, warehouse or anything else?

    Team

  • Paul Su
    Retail Sales & Leasing Specialist
  • Brad Umansky
    President
  • Heather Sharp
    Senior Vice President
  • Greg Bedell, CCIM
    Vice President Investment Sales
  • Wants

    Under Contract

    Contact a TheBrokerList.com Member
    Looking for an office, retail space, warehouse or anything else?