Investment Real Estate Group of Companies (IREGC) of York is retiring its brokerage services and focusing on expanding its Moove In Self Storage portfolio.
“It’s been a tremendous ride with our talented IREGC team and clients,” CEO John Gilliland said in a statement. “We’re excited to work with the self-storage brokerage community in sourcing additional stores for the Moove in Self Storage portfolio. We’ve developed many wonderful working relationships with our fellow brokers over the years. It’ll be a nice change to be their client instead of a friendly competitor.”
Gilliland brokered his first self-storage in Hanover in 1997. IGEC started one year later and grew into a national leader with over 100 employees providing services for brokerage, construction, development, feasibility, insurance, and property management.
Gilliland said while there are exciting plans for IREGC’s future, there is also a feeling of nostalgia for the company’s past.
“Our core values have always served as a guide to focus on helping others achieve their dreams,” he said. “During our remarkable journey, we’ve met and worked with countless good people in the self-storage industry from Boston to Pittsburgh to Virginia Beach.”
Having offices in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Connecticut, IREGC completed hundreds of transactions and achieved over $1 billion in sales for clients. The company recently moved into its new headquarters in downtown York to prepare for its transition.
Additional moves include Christopher Riley being named president and chief operating officer, and IREGC hiring new employees and promoting team members to key positions.
“It’s truly been humbling to help others in this great industry of ours,” Gilliland said. “We’re excited about the future as we move toward a new chapter here at IREGC.”