Doug Shea of INCO Commercial | October 16, 2017

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On Monday, October 16th the Executives Association of Long Beach met for their weekly networking luncheon at The Grand Event Center. This week's classification talk was given by Doug Shea of INCO Commercial Real Estate. 

Doug Shea has been a member since 1991 and is a Past President of the Executives Association of Long Beach. Doug currently serves on the following boards: the Director’s Circle Long Beach State Athletics, the Chamber of Commerce of Long Beach and Young Entrepreneurs Worldwide. He served as the President of The Executive Association of Long Beach. His involvement also includes community organizations: Long Beach Rotary and Beach Athletic Committee.

Doug’s hobbies are snow skiing, coaching baseball and football, and attending Long Beach State sports events.  He is blessed to be the father of a son and daughter.

Doug Shea has been involved in the commercial real estate industry for over 39 years.  He has over 20 million square feet in transactions with over $250 million in gross sales.  At 14 he began as a laborer digging ditches, moving lumber, washing windows, driving water trucks helping grading.  He joined the firm full time in 1988. Doug holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Long Beach State University with an emphasis in Finance.

Doug Shea attributes his successes in commercial real estate with his ability to build trust through the years of hard work and relationships he has cultivated through INCO Commercial.  He founded INCO’s exclusive 1031 Tax Deferred Specialist division.

He also enjoys working with tenants and landlords to find the perfect fit for both parties. His years of experience have helped numerous clients streamline their search process.  

INCO Commercial and its family of companies, INCO Municipal Consulting and CORE Property Management, provide local knowledge, regional reach and world class service to our commercial real estate clients. INCO Commercial is organized to ensure that we meet our primary goal-providing quality commercial real estate brokerage and advisory services to our clients.

The corporate culture is collegial with a great deal of information sharing among all of the agents and consultants in our three offices in Long Beach, Irvine and Riverside. This information sharing ensures that each client has the benefit of the entire range of experience available within the office. The traditional hierarchical organizational structure does not exist within INCO. With over thirty-five years in commercial and industrial real estate, INCO has the experience and expertise to guide you through every step of acquiring, leasing or disposing of a property.

Next Meeting:

We meet again next week on October 23rd, at The Grand at 12pm to hear Eric Speier's recap of the International Executives Association Conference 2017 that was held in Florida this year. Eric is our IEA ambassador and partner at 5 Elements Entertainment, our website design firm. 
Each meeting is a business meeting. Mark you calendar. Arrive on time to be sure to bring a lead or review for your fellow members. 


Remember to invite guests to keep our membership continually growing!

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Welcome New Members:

Welcome Steve Allen! Steve is a new member from All Souls to replace Annette Barry. 

Other Membership News: 

Honorary Member Dick Stolz has passed away. Rest in peace Uncle Dick. Dick's celebration of life will be on Sunday, October 29th at 2pm at The Grand Event Center. 

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