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JGM Properties Announces Availability Of New Warehouse Space For Rent in Bloomington

BLOOMINGTON, MN / ACCESSWIRE / June 29, 2015 / Bloomington, MN-based company, JGM Properties, has recently announced an increase in new warehouse space to rent in the Bloomington area. The company has been serving their community for more than 35 years and is known as being small, family owned, and good to their clients, as is evident through customer reviews found online. They utilize a fairly unique method of matching businesses to the warehouses that suit them best, by having companies fill in an online form that includes details such as price points, square foot requirements, and other variables. They have said the following regarding the company and their goals: "Over the last few months we at JGM Properties have worked to further streamline our systems to provide more timely and accurate service to our tenants. As you will experience, JGM is continuing to innovate using the latest technology and is motivated to find and implement better systems in our office. We strive to give the best-personalized service to our tenants."

The Bloomington Warehouse space for rent is in a competitive market, with many affordable and well-maintained locations going quickly as business expands within the area. JGM invites all those interested in renting or seeking rental units to visit them online at http://www.jgmproperties.com/property/freeway-west-property/. Here companies have the opportunity to step inside on a virtual tour, read testimonials left by satisfied tenants, and learn more about what to ask for in order to obtain the best possible commercial real estate warehouse unit for the best possible price. One happy client, Darrin D., says: "As a commercial real estate broker who exclusively represents tenants, JGM Properties ranks as one of the best Landlord's in the Twin Cities. JGM Properties are responsive, fair, and professional. I look forward to working with them again in the near future Great job!"

Businesses that would like to Lease Eden Bloomington warehouse space are directed to contact JGM Properties by phone, e-mail, or through the online contact form available on the main website. The search feature on the site also provides ample opportunity to sift through photos, prices, and addresses of available locations for rent. The company gives advice throughout the FAQ section on how to choose the right rental provider and how to determine which units are best. One such tip explains: "Do not forget to ensure ample parking is available for all clientele in the area. You should also consider retail spaces located on the busiest streets, intersections, and freeways to increase foot traffic and for increased visibility. If your store is easier to access than the store of your competition, you will gain their business."

Their courtesy and care for each tenant and business with which they work seems to have made JGM the trusted source for Minnesota commercial real estate that they have become. With informational videos, updated property layout blueprints, and a multitude of other helpful tools and online guides, the company makes it clear that they stand as a strong supporter of their community, and aspire to continue in their growth as a local business providing office, warehouse, retail, and medical tech space for lease.

Contact JGM Properties:

Eli Russell
612-290-1037
elir@jgmproperties.com
1224 West 96th Street Bloomington, MN 55431

SOURCE: JGM Properties

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