O’Hara, Posillico, and Schachner launch new firm: CAMCO Commercial Real Estate

May 04, 2021 - Long Island
Lorraine O’Hara


Patricia Posillico


Aric Schachner


Port Jefferson Station, NY CAMCO Commercial Real Estate LLC, a commercial real estate brokerage, announced its founding. Long time colleagues Lorraine O’Hara, Patricia Posillico, and Aric Schachner established a new commercial real estate brokerage serving clients in Long Island, the five Boroughs, and the greater New York area. They welcome Samuel Lefkowitz as a licensed salesperson.

When asked about what sets CAMCO CRE apart, managing director Aric Schachner said, “Ever call about a property, leave a voicemail for a broker and never get a call back?  That’s not us. It’s not in our DNA.  We believe that responsiveness and follow-through are two of the most important things to our clients and customers. It shows that we value their time and care about their deal.”

O’Hara said, “I just love how we use technology to facilitate doing business on the go.  We even added a link to our website for prospective tenants to submit a letter of intent from anywhere.”

“I’m proud to work on a team of real estate professionals that strives to arm our clients with the most accurate and thorough information.  We provide diligent guidance while handling their commercial real estate transactions,” said Posillico.

CAMCO Commercial Real Estate is a full service commercial real estate brokerage firm which provides commercial real estate services to individual and family investors, large corporations, midsize, small and startup businesses.  Serving the greater New York area, CAMCO CRE offers advisory services for the sales, leasing, and management of commercial properties.

The experienced agents at CAMCO CRE help clients achieve their goals by providing competent guidance, creative solutions, and comprehensive research.  They have brokered, consulted, managed, and provided a wide variety of real estate services in New York and across the country in multifamily, retail, industrial, office, self-storage, hospitality, and land transactions.



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