Morgan Faunce

Oct 04
When it comes to picking an industrial building there are many factors to consider including: available/ability to expand, power requirements, clear ceilings, number of docks, number and size of drive in doors, column spacing, internet services (or proximity to fiber), ratio of warehouse to offices, turning radius for trucks, location/access to highway (or rail), sprinkler (wet or dry), concrete thickness, furnace age.   We have many great Industrial options available, for sale... + read more
Sep 27
Typically, when looking at office space, signage may not come up until the very end of the discussions. There are multiple ways landlords can address signage. The most common would be that the landlord has built and allotted space on a multi-tenant board, which you will be given a space for your name. Other areas would include, exterior and interior door signs, building directories, or an exterior “wall” sign – one actually on the building. Depending on the type of business... + read more
Aug 23
Between 2006 and 2013 (8 years), only 2 land transfer show, according to our research on Xceligent. And between 2014-2015 (2 years) 34 land transactions appear. No doubt we saw the affects of the recession but in the last 2 years land has been on fire.  We have seen car dealerships, hotels, industrial buildings, and housing developments all spring up so  watch for more “coming soon” signs! What does the future hold? No one really knows for sure, but buyer confidence has... + read more
Jun 27
"Morgan is a trustworthy representative of my property. He speaks honestly about the marketplace and what our opportunities for success are. He is good to work with and prompt in answering all my emails."
Jun 21
When we look back to the recession starting in 2008, people assumed there were no deals to put together. That certainly wasn’t the case. Even in a down economy there are still deals to be made.Companies are constantly changing (some growing and some shrinking), and no matter which category you are in businesses and investors should constantly be on the lookout for what is changing in the marketplace.While we are currently in a relatively flat office market, with little new development,... + read more
Jun 14
 While we saw a flurry of retail activity at the end of 2015 and the start of 2016, the Medina County retail market has softened. Whether this is the slow down we anticipated in an election year or not, things in retail have gotten quiet. The convenience of online shopping continues to dominate the growth in retail, however there seems like there should always be a demand for the retail shopping “experience”. The general consensus is that there are still products that people... + read more

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Real Estate Agent & Consultant

Morgan Faunce grew up in the Lake Erie shore area before graduating from Bowling Green State University and moving to Medina. A career in sales, leasing, and property management led him to obtain his real estate sales license in 2007. In 2008, Morgan joined the Gerspacher Real Estate Group as both a real estate agent and property management specialist. He currently manages multiple commercial properties, as well as being one of the firm’s leading agents.

Education

  • B.S./B.A. Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green OH
  • Candidate Member of the CCIM Institute
  • Pursuing CCIM Designation

Affiliations

  • Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce
  • Northern Medina County Chamber of Commerce
  • Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Leadership Medina County Graduate
  • Highland Schools Athletic Boosters
  • Highland Schools Band Boosters

 

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