Arthur Falcone Americrest Real Estate Group Title Managing Partner Director Other Titles Held CEO CoChairman, Falcone Group CEO, Miami Worldcenter GroupFieldsSpecialties Residential Commercial Development, Land Acquisition, Repositioning, FinancingArthur Falcone has over years of executive experience and a proven track record of success. Mr. Falcone brings tested leadership, an entrepreneurial spirit and unparalleled expertise of all components of real estate to his role overseeing the Americrest Real Estate Group AREG. His diverse and extensive experience in analyzing, purchasing, financing, developing and managing all real estate product types makes him the perfect person to lead AREG’s unique and comprehensive service platform.Mr.
บ้านมือสองนนทบุรี serves as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Falcone Group, a vertically integrated real estate and land development organization. Mr. Falcone has successfully established the group as an internationallyrecognized real estate corporation with over , residential lots developed and over one billion dollars in sales.Mr. Falcone began his business more than years ago, investing in fast food, hotels and health clubs in New York State, and at the age of he became the youngest operator of a McDonald’s franchise. He quickly became the owner of more than McDonald’s, Wendy’s and other familystyle restaurants throughout New York, Florida and California as well as the owner of a New York Days Inn Hotel.
In , Falcone partnered with his brothers, Robert and Edward, to form the homebuilding and land development companies, Transeastern Homes and Transeastern Properties. Transeastern began purchasing residential and mixeduse properties from distressed and bankrupt sellers and capitalizing on foreclosures against distressed housing debt brought on by the national recession in the late ‘s and early ‘s. As the economy rebounded, this asset base fueled Transeastern’s growth, and within years Transeastern had become the largest private homebuilder in the state of Florida and one of the top homebuilders in the United States.
In , as they saw the homebuilding market peaking, the brothers sold Transeastern to Technical Olympic USA TOUSA in one of the largest private transactions in the history of homebuilding.