When it was time to sell the Columbus, Minnesota, location of her doggy daycare business, Jessica Evers knew just whom to call: Premier Commercial Property’s Marty Fisher.
Deciding to sell the family business was a big, emotional decision. When it was time to put the property on the market, New Brighton print shop owner Dana Trainor interviewed several commercial real estate brokers. Only Premier Commercial Property’s Marty Fisher had the experience and demeanor that made him the right professional for the job.
Retired realtor Marie McCallum knew one thing when it was time to sell her parcel of raw land in Nowthen, Minnesota: she did not want to go it alone. After seeing a Premier Commercial Properties sign on the highway and asking her attorney for a referral to a good commercial realtor, she knew she had to work with Marty Fisher.
Finding a property for a towing company can be a tall order. Fortunately for towing business owner Alex Peterson, Premier Commercial Properties’ Rich Lee specializes in finding properties for tricky businesses and working with city managers to find solutions for his customers.