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Nicholas Hansen is currently the Co president of NJ Capital, LLC and the manager of the newly formed Esquire Properties, LLC. Mr. Hansen began his real estate career in 2000 and has been a prime mover in the residential real estate arena ever since.
Mr. Hansen has worked with lenders, developers and REO servicers to market and sell single family homes, condominiums, developable land, commercial and industrial real estate. Mr. Hansen also has extensive experience in acquisitions, secured financings, and condominium conversions.
Mr. Hansen worked as an REO asset manager. His experience in corporate asset management involved the sale of thousands of nonperforming REO assets. Mr. Hansen was involved in all aspects of pricing, marketing, and portfolio management. He has controlled several thousand REO sales with a production value of approximately five hundred million dollars.
As a real estate practitioner, Mr. Hansen has structured thousands of transactions ranging from vacant land sales to a multimillion dollar industrial complex. Mr. Hansen has received several accolades for outstanding sales achievements as an REO asset manager and real estate broker.
Mr. Hansen has extensive experience in all aspects of residential construction, project management, and property preservation. Mr. Hansen has personally managed the development and renovation for thousands of residential assets. Mr. Hansen has performed property preservation and rehabilitation work for mortgage servicers, condo associations, banks, hedge funds, and real estate brokers. These projects include but are not limited to bi‐weekly grass cuts, snow removal, trash outs, municipal code violation remediation, demolition, paint, carpet, flooring projects, roofing, winterizations, de‐winterizations, excavation, underground water and sewer, and ground up construction.
Mr. Hansen has extensive experience investing in all forms of real estate. His investment portfolio currently has a diverse range of vacant land, single family, and multi‐family dwellings. These acquisitions are from mortgage sales, open markets, and auctions throughout the Country.