Ed Noyes is an Oklahoma City commercial real estate broker who has been engaged in the commercial real estate industry for almost 22 years. As Managing Broker of Edward Noyes Company(ENC), he has demonstrated the ability to represent both sellers and buyers alike. With 25 years experience in the commercial banking & regulatory industries, specifically commercial lending, he is eminently qualified to assess the both the business situation that may present itself as well as the financial capabilities of potential participants as is reflected in company financials and tax returns.
An Oklahoma City commercial real estate broker who can represent his client, buyer or seller, optimally, is a broker who has been confronted with diverse business challenges over decades. That broker has represented clients working through foreclosures, short sales, 1031 tax-free exchanges, start-up business obstacles, bull & bear real estate markets, oil & gas price instability, industry staggering state and federal regulation, every environmental issue and a myriad of other difficult business obstacles. Over the years, Ed Noyes has closed real estate transactions involving farm land, residential & commercial real property, multi-unit residential properties, medical complexes, condominiums, office buildings, shopping centers, gas stations/truck stops, churches, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, bank buildings, mobile home parks, restaurants and more.
Potential users of professional real estate service providers in Oklahoma can be confident with the level of expertise & professionalism that is mandated by the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission. As the years pass, I am continually impressed with the standards imposed by OREC and their acceptance and application by all of the licensees with whom I have come in contact. Certainly there are differences of opinion and there exists fierce competition for clients, but in the greater scheme of things, the consumer has become the winner in Oklahoma. Not only as an Oklahoma City commercial real estate broker, but as a financial professional, I have been affected significantly by commercial real estate transactions for decades. Without question, Oklahoma, has to rank among the elite with regard to its licensed commercial real estate service providers. Both the Buyer & Seller win. This is a great thing for the industry and the state of Oklahoma.