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Wendy Supino, CCIM
Senior Broker Associate
Wendy Supino, CCIM, is a LQ Commercial Senior Broker Associate in Orlando. She has over thirty years of commercial real estate experience, primarily in the retail and development sector.
A recognized market leader, Wendy has an established reputation of enthusiasm, industry knowledge, and acknowledged dedication.
Wendy’s extensive background encompasses landlord and tenant representation, land use and site selection, development and in-fill redevelopment, buyer representation and investment dispositions. She has a proven history with “Win-Win” client experiences.
She obtained her Certified Commercial Investment Members (CCIM) designation over 25 years ago, which represents mastery in underwriting, market analysis, and negotiating cash-flowing commercial assets.
Prior to joining LQ Commercial, Wendy was a five-year Real Estate Director for Subway Development in Central Florida. She was responsible for traditional and non-traditional store growth (including relocations) for eleven Central Florida counties. She consulted several Franchisees to open their first freestanding, drive-thru, or build-to-suit location.
Wendy established the Supino Property Company to lease or sell retail anchor and junior box space. With a patient persistence, she closed on the 122,000-square-foot former Sears (now family entertainment venue, Elev8 Fun) at the Seminole Towne Center in Sanford, Florida. Today, she represents notable tenants including Burger King, Zoo Health Club, The Fun Factory and more.
Her expansive background resulted in a keen knowledge of all Florida markets, further benefiting from longstanding relationships with prominent area developers and landlords.
Wendy is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), the CCIM Institute, Florida CCIM Chapter, and the Central Florida Commercial Association of Realtors (CFCAR).