First receiving her Nevada Real Estate license in 2005, Lu Ann started with Blasco Development group by attending several meetings on various development projects going on throughout Las Vegas.
She quickly learned that her passion was in Commercial Real Estate. Her first project was assisting the Sellers in the transaction of Spanish Palms Apartments, located at 5250 S. Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas NV. 89118. This was a 376-unit Apartment sale transaction for $52.6 million. The Buyers purchased the apartments for a condominium conversion, and she was also responsible for the first phase pre-sale for the Buyers.
In 2012, Lu Ann received her California Real Estate License and joined Laguna Home and Ranch Realty. Working directly under her broker and private land banking investor, she assisted in the purchasing era for prime real estate investments.
She managed the back end of housing development as well as commercial and agriculture land purchases. She oversaw identifying properties through entitlements, which include due diligence for creating plot maps, documenting, and supervising EPA reports, water and environmental duties as well as following mitigation and protocol guidelines for special habitat for various land purchases.
Lu Ann played a key role in the nine-month due diligence duties for the purchase of 277 Acres, Larry Bell Dairy Farm negotiated for $3.8 million. She was responsible for the trouble shooting on the entire AG-80, 277 acres as well as the 12 residential properties located at 11318 Franklin Blvd, Elk Grove CA.
April 2019, Formerly Vice President and Top Producer in Commercial Sales/Leasing 2016/2017/2018 at The Vollman Company, Lu Ann Henderson has decided to surpass her goals by joining GQ North Real Estate.
As a Landlord/Sellers representative, Lu Ann is always going the extra mile for her clients. With her detailed attentiveness and proven ability to produce in sales and leasing, every one of her clients elected to move with her which speaks volumes in this competitive bottom line business.
March 2015, Lu Ann joined the Vollman Company. She is most versatile in all aspects and sectors of Commercial Real Estate. Although she is very active in the Industrial sector of sales and leasing, she also represents Retail Shopping Centers, Office and Land Development projects.
In January 2019, Lu Ann became Vice President at The Vollman Company. Her dedication and perseverance made her the company’s top producer three years in a row (2016-2017-2018). With multi-millions in sales and leasing transactions, she most definitely earned her title in this industry.
In 2015, the City of Sacramento opened a map naming Industrial approved zoning for the cultivation in the cannabis industry. Lu Ann was one of the first courageous commercial agents in the region to take on the uncharted territory while actively attending city ordinance meetings obtaining all necessary rules and regulations into this new real estate arena. Being raised in Sacramento most of her life, Lu Ann has a passion to see the Sacramento region gain the real estate momentum just as Colorado, Washington and Oregon did. She worked diligently networking throughout the community representing both buyers and sellers.
Lu Ann enjoys traveling countries, TEDx events and is a CCIM candidate. She has currently completed three CCIM courses. Lu Ann is also active with ICSC, International Council of Shopping Centers.
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