Brough BreelandBrough’s major focus for Duncan Commercial Real Estate is on new construction.
After graduating from Trinity High School in Louisville, Brough majored in business and marine biology at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Since then, Brough has worked as a Real Estate sales and leasing agent with Walter Wagner Jr. Co. and managed real estate for Breeland Development Corporation.
Brough is presently a sales and leasing agent with Duncan Commercial Real Estate.
Ray Hassrhass@duncancre.comRay operated independently for over twenty years, building, remodeling and purchasing residential real estate as well as owning a construction company. Ray joined Duncan CRE in 2010 successfully marketing both commercial and residential properties.
He is a member of Kentucky Real Estate Exchange, Kentuckiana Real Estate Investors Association, the Louisville Apartment Association, Greater Louisville Association of Realtors and Louisville Builders Association.
Anne joined Duncan Commercial Real Estate as a Property Manager and Marketing Coordinator for the Company. She brings twenty years of experience in both commercial and residential property management. After graduating from the University of Kentucky, Anne moved to Boca Raton, Florida where she started her career in real estate.
She worked for Trammell Crow and The Altman Company, leasing and managing apartment communities for both established and new construction projects. Upon returning to Louisville, to raise her family, Anne continued this path managing over 450,000 square feet of office space, and worked with a consulting company where she recruited international retailers for developments across the world.
Her focus with Duncan CRE is building the company's property management portfolio, as well as leasing and sales. Anne is currently involved in the management of Duncan CRE’s portfolio which is in excess of 500,000 square feet.
Before joining Duncan Commercial Real Estate in January of 2013, Lynne was with Helm Company Commercial Real Estate Advisors for 10 years as Administrative Assistant. Her professionalism and strong work ethic were crucial to the firm's vision of providing extraordinary customer service and advanced client resources. Lynne’s responsibilities included designing flyers and brochures for marketing the firm and its clients’ properties. Those duties continue at Duncan CRE as well as managing their monthly newsletter, posting property data in various online sites, market research and other general office duties.
Lynne is also the office manager of the Cherokee Triangle Association and runs the Association Booth at the annual Cherokee Triangle Art Fair. She has served on the Cherokee Triangle Association’s Board of Trustees as Secretary and President, as well as over ten years as editor of their newsletter. She is currently a committee member of the Bardstown Road Overlay District, having served as its chair for several years.
Fred’s history with building relationships is rooted in his childhood. He spent summers watching and helping his father operate an upholstery business. He would accompany him to hotels, restaurants, and convention centers to meet with owners and agents for those establishments. From those experiences, he became aware that he enjoyed networking, meeting new people and providing exceptional service.
After working with his father, Fred began a career in residential and commercial finance, owning and operating his own mortgage company, becoming a realtor and in development for a regional stone fabricator. Having been a business owner himself, Fred has a unique perspective into the issues facing small businesses.
He has worked with property developers, general contractors, architects, designers and builders to facilitate many regional projects, including the KFC Yum Center, A Loft Hotels, Masonic Homes, The Hilton Garden Inn, Catch 23 and Churchill Downs.
Alan has over thirty years’ experience in commercial real estate sales and leasing, regional site selection involving new market analysis, site identification and transaction completion for national retail chains in twelve states including Office Depot and Everything’s a Dollar, investment acquisitions and dispositions for National City Bank, the development and renovation of several retail centers in addition to tenant representation for numerous retail chains and restaurants.
Alan has degrees in Law and Finance from the University of Louisville and is a member of the National Board of Realtors, Kentucky Board of Realtors, Greater Louisville Association of Realtors, CCIM Institute and ICSC.
Jon Grell joined Duncan Commercial Real Estate in the Spring of 2017 as a sales and leasing associate. Since 2005 he has worked for Cutting Tools Inc, his family's business, and brings to Duncan over 10 years of sales experience.
Jon graduated from Saint Xavier High school and is now an assistant coach with their soccer program. He truly loves his job as a soccer coach because he's able to form bonds with his players and their families on a personal level. His degree in Social Sciences from Indiana University Southeast reflects this.
Suzanne Cheek joined Duncan Commercial Real Estate in February 2019. She has been active in commercial real estate since 1987 and has most recently been with Horizon Commercial Realty.
Cheek is experienced in both buyer and seller representation and has generated more than $100-million in land sales and acquisition, primarily out-lot, big box retail, commercial, residential and multi-family.
She was named to Louisville Business First’s 2018 “20 People to Know in Real Estate” list. The list recognizes those who work behind the scenes to close big commercial deals and those developers who have greatly impacted the Louisville landscape.
Cheek graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1980 with a BS. She started her career in retail management with a national big-box chain and specialty-store chain and wanted a career change. Her first real estate job was with the developer of the StoneyBrook Shopping Center as a leasing agent. She viewed the retail management job as a great transition to real estate and was able to use her background as a retailer to relate to clients as she prospected and leased the shopping center.
Cheek’s job description, in her own words: “I help companies find land to meet their expansion needs in the Louisville and surrounding markets and I assist landowners in monetizing their land holdings. I specialize in location intelligence and in finding and securing on and off market sites to meet client’s growth plans. I have been active in commercial real estate in Louisville and surrounding counties since 1987. My focus is land acquisition and sales across the spectrum: multi-family, retail, commercial and residential.”
Cheek is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, Kentucky Commercial Real Estate Alliance and Commercial Real Estate Women.