Two veteran brokers have launchedone of the only certifiedwomen-owned commercial real estatefirms in the state of Indiana.

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Kara Riggle Collesano and YumiGoodman opened the doors to Indianapolis-based  92cPartners this week. The firm is named for Indiana's 92counties.

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 "We're proud to be partof the changing landscape in commercial real estate as femalebusiness owners," Goodman said in a prepared statement. She andRiggle Collesano have a combined 34 years in the real estateindustry.

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"Taking this leap is exciting andallows us to do what we love…solve problems big and small, fromstart to finish," Goodman said. "We know that women leaders bringneeded balance to any industry—to drive new ideas and createopportunities for others to succeed. We're proud to be one of thefew women led brokerage firms."

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The firm will offer brokerage,strategic planning, project management, lease audits, and portfolioadministration.

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Before forming  92cPartners, Goodman, a graduate of Indiana University, was aprincipal at RESOURCE Commercial Real Estate. She also worked withthe office advisory services group of CBRE in both the Chicago andIndianapolis offices.

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Collesano was also a principal atRESOURCE, where she served as director of government services aswell. She, too, attended Indiana University, where she earned herbachelor of science from the School of Public and EnvironmentalAffairs.

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 "We developed this teamon the shared value of delivering tailored solutions with a strongemphasis on client experience," Collesano said in prepared remarks."Our service model is simple, provide clients with a superior levelof service as if they were our only client."

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The new firm'swebsitealready advertises a $2.25 millionlisting for a 11,100 square foot property on 2.72 acres inNoblesville.

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