Therapy Dogs and Commercial Real Estate Brokers

What do therapy dogs and commercial real estate brokers have in common? At first glance, nothing, right? Well actually they both share one very important goal – both strive to give their clients a rewarding and worthwhile experience.

I own a therapy dog, she’s an Akita named Kiyoshi Bear, and she comes to work with me every Wednesday so we can visit oncology patients and their support partners. These cancer patients are receiving either chemotherapy or radiation therapy and needless to say, they have many worries, concerns and issues they are dealing with on a daily basis. Kiy Bear and I strive to bring a little happiness, a smile, and a satisfying and rewarding visit to each person we meet.

Campana Waltz’s brokers also strive to give our clients a rewarding, worthwhile, valuable, and satisfying experience with their commercial real estate transactions. We want all our clients to have the very best representation. Whether you’re a buyer, seller, landlord or tenant, we will make sure your requirements are met; we will do our homework and more importantly we will treat you like family. We want to make sure you have the very best commercial real estate experience possible and will do what it takes to negotiate the best possible deal for you.

If you want a little therapy, stop by our Newport News office any Wednesday to meet Kiy Bear. If you want the very best in commercial real estate representation, contact one of our brokers. Either way, you’ll be happy you did. We’d like to have an opportunity for you to see what Kiy Bear and our brokers have in common.



Jane Ruehrwein

Partner/Executive Administrator




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