Meet the Team Behind the Signs

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Angela Wojtaszek
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Mick Trombley

Mick Trombley, Esq. is an experienced commercial real estate practitioner. He has been working with clients in commercial and investment real estate in State College, Pa. for the past 30 years. Prior to that Mick practiced law in Pittsburgh, concentrating on commercial real estate and development projects.  Mick is hardworking, honest, and believes in building strong relationships. He is a closer, adding value with creative ideas and a win-win approach. Mick is a member of the local bar association, several charitable and business organizations, and is an active member of CCIM. He has extensive experience working on multiple local, state and national transactions. 

Angela has been with Trombley Real Estate since 2017 working in both brokerage and property management as well as administrative work.  She earned her Real Estate Salesperson License in 2019.  With her multiple years of experience, she brings a high level of attention to detail and assures accurate information is communicated.  

What We Do 

Asset/Property Management 

 

Extensive experience in commercial property management. Your property becomes more valuable with good management, providing you with more free time to focus your efforts on producing income in other areas or allowing you to relax while your asset is in reliable hands.

 

Sales

 

Energetic representation in buying or selling commercial or investment property in the State College market. Communication throughout the transaction, allowing you to know where you stand.

 

Leasing

 

Either as the landlord or end user representative, Trombley Real Estate brings tenants and landlords together. Sophisticated market knowledge and seasoned negotiation skills are at your disposal. Leasing in the State College market can be tricky and our experience can add value to your situation. 

 

Consulting

 

Helping investors to make prudent real estate decisions. Hard work in analysis and painstaking evaluation have produced solid results.