Camille Renshaw receives Connect Media’s “National Women in Real Estate” Award



Camille Renshaw, CEO of B+E, is a Connect Media National Women in Real Estate Award recipient.

Camille was one of ten honorees selected from over 400 submissions submitted by real estate professionals from across the country. The award recognizes the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected positions of leadership, and are playing key mentorship roles for others in commercial real estate.

Launched by Renshaw and her cofounder Scott Scurich in 2017, B+E is a modern investment brokerage firm, specializing in net lease real estate and 1031 exchange.  With offices in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, Denver and Tampa, B+E boasts the first NNN trading platform consisting of user-friendly dashboards, real-time predictive pricing and an AI-driven exchange — all leveraging the largest data set in the NNN industry.

Buyers and sellers can conduct entire transactions online, reviewing real-time credit, news and tenant data while they trade, much like online stock trading platforms.  Complementing senior talent with exceptional technology, B+E’s proprietary process affords greater speed, unrivaled transaction efficiencies and stronger asset value. 

In 2018, B+E launched 1031 Trade, the first trading platform for completing 1031 exchanges.  Coupled with this product launch, B+E announced an exclusive partnership with Inland Real Estate and RCX Capital Group.  Leveraging AI, B+E brokers can now sweep the national net lease market, review all on-market NNN properties, and criteria match on a 1031 exchanger’s behalf; the exchanger can then run their entire exchange through the B+E platform using specialized dashboards that make the process simpler and more transparent. 

In May 2019, B+E brokered the largest commercial real estate transaction by a digital platform with the $324 million Cabela’s sale-leaseback.  The eleven Cabela’s properties represented more than 1.6 million square feet of space and an additional 277 acres of land.