Capital Commercial Realty is one of the fastest growing full service commercial real estate companies in the state of Delaware and the tri-state area. With over 28 years of combined experience, Capital Commercial Realty has completed deals with national, regional, and local companies by offering outstanding service, professionalism, and overall market expertise.
Since incorporating in June of 2008, Capital Commercial Realty has quickly developed a story reputation with buyers, seller, and investors, which enhances our ability to bring deals to a conclusion. CCR is focused on service and truly, driven… by our client’s success.
When you are searching for a property to purchase, or need a no cost, no-obligation property analysis to market your property for sale, or if you just need some questions answered, please contact us to discuss your options.
“A Team is any group of people organized to work together interdependently and cooperatively to meet the needs of their customers by accomplishing a purpose and goal.”
Our primary team consists of Chris Whitfield and Steve Montague who have been working together as a team since 2004. We believe that it is very difficult for a sole agent to build business, market and service listings, negotiate deals and then close multiple transactions simultaneously. Typical agents tend to be caught in this cycle and ultimately compromise their ability to effectively service the client. Our mission is to divide the business tasks so the client is ensured the highest level of competency and quality service.
The success of our team is attributed to the fact that each partner has skill sets that compliment the other. By working together and dividing the responsibilities, CCR is able to maintain continued positive momentum towards reaching our client’s goals. Steve is primarily responsible for the listing and marketing of our properties. The transactional side of negotiation and ensuring a satisfactory closing is the responsibility of Chris. The work in between, such as property showings, client communication and preliminary negotiations, is referred to as “transitional” tasks. These “transitional” tasks are shared so we are both aware of our client’s expectations at any given time.