Andrew Freeman founded Freeman Myre in August 2000 as a full-service asset management company serving Denver’s Northwest Corridor and the O’Hare Airport market in Chicago. Focused on providing top-of-the-line, Freeman Myre quickly became associated with superior service and a grounded business outlook.
Having tapped into the pulse of the local markets, Freeman Myre clients have included international companies such as Lockheed Martin, Benjamin West Corporation and Kelty as clients.
In 1990, Freeman returned to Colorado to join the Denver Office of Grubb and Ellis. For the next decade, he honed his skills as a highly successful real estate broker focused on industrial real estate in the Denver/Boulder market.
In 2000, Freeman established Freeman Myre. Drawing on the expertise he gained from his brokerage career, he has consistently uncovered extraordinary investment opportunities based on his in-depth knowledge of the greater Denver and Chicago markets. Freeman’s first acquisition was a vacant 20,000 square foot industrial-flex property in Boulder. Understanding there was a very limited supply of competing properties in the market, he placed the property under contract and negotiated a five-year lease with Lockheed Martin Corporation within only 45 days. Now, nearly 20 years later, the property remains 100% leased to Lockheed Martin as part of the Freeman Myre Portfolio.
Since his first acquisition, Freeman has steadily built a solid industrial real estate portfolio in Colorado and Illinois. Conservative underwriting combined with sound statistical based assumptions has resulted in an exceptional industrial portfolio that generates strong cash flow with limited downside risk. Combined with well-timed exit strategies, Freeman’s operating strategies have produced strong internal rates of return to investors.
Prior to his work with P3, Hampton spent two years at Bank of America in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he was an AVP in the bank’s Corporate Real Estate group and part of the Bank’s MBA rotational program which managed banking center disposition from the lender’s REO portfolio. His experience also includes five years working on the rebuilding of New Orleans, Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina, where he was a lobbyist for a trade association and Director of Operations for a non-profit homebuilder. His development experience includes projects with Zapolski Real Estate in Napa, California and Clarksburg, California.
Hampton is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler School of Business, where he received his MBA with a focus in Real Estate Finance.
Nate is a member of numerous professional organizations and serves as the chair of the Legislative Committee for the Colorado Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management. He is an Accredited Residential Manager, a Certified Property Manager candidate and a LEEP AP Operations and Maintenance. He attended Wesleyan University in Connecticut.