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Heather Mosley | SBJ

2022 Trusted Advisers Commercial Realtor: Caleb Moreno

Moreno Group Commercial Realty

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As the owner and president of a commercial real estate firm, Caleb Moreno works to ensure the needs of his clients are met with 24/7 service.

“I pride myself in being available ... whether it is 11 p.m. on a Friday night or 7 a.m. on Sunday morning,” he says. “While on vacation with my family last year, I was closing a very time-sensitive transaction (Andy Williams theater), and we were able to meet all deadlines and complete the transaction.”

This year, Moreno partnered with Building Systems Design Group LLC to acquire a building at 2900 S. Fremont Ave. in order to house both companies’ headquarters.

Nathan Riley, principal of Building Systems Design Group, has watched Moreno work as a colleague and friend.

“We initially were looking for space to lease, but Caleb not only found and acquired a new building for our company but advised us on pursuing a building to purchase that would offer additional lease space for other tenants in order to provide a supplemental income stream,” Riley says.

Moreno’s list of projects extends from there.

Moreno has served as the commercial real estate agent for the 100-acre Woodland Hills mixed-use development in Rogersville, according to Springfield Business Journal reporting, and he represented Life360 Church in the purchase of the former Palace movie theater in Chesterfield Village.

“Among many other local and national clients, Caleb has nurtured relationships with Casey’s general stores, Aldi, Bobcat, CVS, Dollar General, Firestone and AT&T, to name just a few,” Riley says. “Caleb has also grown many strong relationships with dozens of local developers and investors looking for property and investments either directly related to their current business or for short- and long-term investment properties.”

Moreno’s website as of press time shows more than 30 active listings for clients throughout southwest Missouri.

“My role as a trusted adviser for my clients and their businesses is to uphold my fiduciary duty while protecting them and their interests,” Moreno says. “Part of my role includes helping my clients understand the ‘bigger picture’ by thinking long term instead of focusing on a short-term gain [and] providing different viewpoints, whether that is different avenues on how to structure a property and the development or redevelopment of their properties.”

Moreno says his clients value that he’s an outside-of-the-box thinker when structuring deals.

“As a result of this, I have seen my clients follow through with some of my expertise and recommendations made, resulting in a very satisfied client,” he says.

Moreno says he enjoys helping clients “by growing their commercial real estate portfolio and finding the best commercial properties available to maximize their return on investment so they can leave a legacy of generational wealth to their family.”


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