What we offer
Every other month throughout the year, TRAOBA holds a membership luncheon at the PNC Arena. The luncheon begins at 11:30am with peer networking, followed by a catered lunch and multiple targeted presentations. Additional TRAOBA networking opportunities include evening ‘Meet ups’ and special events such as the Annual Bowling and the Battle of the Broker Bands fundraiser.learn more
TRAOBA members specialize in commercial real estate office transactions. From ‘featured deal’ panels to targeted economic development updates, a key goal of the organization is the further education of its members. Each TRAOBA luncheon provides a learning opportunity through speakers who are experts in their field. A recent example includes Trinity Partners sharing the details of their approximate $1 Billion purchase of the Duke office portfolio.learn more
Each year, TRAOBA selects one or more charitable organizations to support. Examples of past work include toy drives for the Salvation Army, fund-raising for Habitat for Humanity, and advocate work for Hilltop Home in Raleigh. In 2015, the Food Bank of North Carolina benefitted from the sold-out fund-raiser, ”TRAOBA Battle of the Broker Bands”.learn more
TRAOBA members have the opportunity to ‘Showcase’ available office properties at the luncheon events. The Showcase offers a valuable platform upon which to present a project's merits and receive feedback from a captive and relevant audience. With the large number of tenant representation agents, this is a unique opportunity to ‘pitch’ a listed property.learn more
Recent News & Events
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the Third Annual Nelson Mullins Battle of the Broker Bands, presented by TRAOBA! The event was held on September 21 at the Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh and attended by almost 400 people. The event raised over $10,000.00, with proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity of Wake and Durham Counties. who were represented by Nancy Bromhal of the Wake Chapter and Heather Graham of the Durham Chapter. Each chapter was presented a check in the amount of $3,000.00 on the night of the event. Additional checks in the amount of $2,602.00 will be presented to each chapter from the final proceeds. Bands competing were Attractive Nuisance, Clifton Brothers, Sunroom Salvation, Torn and Frayed, Low Bröw, and Velvet Hammer (defending champs). Congratulations to the winning band, Low Brow!