Bonanni Real Estate Celebrates 62 Years of World-Class Commercial Service

Bonanni Realtors is a real estate brokerage with over 60 years of commercial and industrial real estate experience. They deliver full-scale real estate solutions to businesses throughout Central and Southern New Jersey, specializing in commercial property sales, leasing, development and investment properties.

Trenton, United States - February 14, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

TRENTON, NJ – Today Bonanni Real Estate carries on in it’s legacy of excellence, celebrating 62 years of leadership in commercial real estate. Serving Central and Southern New Jersey businesses for three generations, this family-owned agency offers an intimate knowledge of commercial properties in Pennsylvania, Mercerville, Trenton and throughout the state of New Jersey.

David Bonanni, owner and third-generation real-estate broker, leads his world-class team of brokers in a broader effort to empower businesses on the move. Their dynamic, impact-driven services provide comprehensive real estate solutions for businesses throughout Cape May, Middlesex, Mercer and the surrounding areas. With tactical marketing systems and rapid closing times, this business offers proven solutions for the area’s fast-growing commercial culture.

Bonanni realtors are widely recognized for their innovation in the commercial space, supporting both large corporations and small businesses customers with warmth and dedication. As they observe their 62nd year, the agency continues to evolve to meet the changing pace of business, now offering critical information about their listings online at bonannirealtors.com.

With millions of dollars in listings sold and found since their inception in 1956, Bonanni Real Estate maintains a long-standing reputation as a premier brokerage. With a long list of satisfied clientele ranging from high-end to startup businesses, companies can rest assured that Bonanni Real Estate will serve their property needs with timeless professionalism.

A proven track-record of success over the last 62 years is just one of many reasons that Central New Jersey, Southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania enterprises trust Bonanni brokers with their commercial real estate needs. Comprehensive consultations and local relationships continue to foster their exceptional reputation. An A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and a strong presence in leading commercial areas give Bonanni Realtors the competitive edge that both new and established businesses need as they transition.

If you’re seeking personalized attention and comprehensive real estate solutions for your company, Bonanni Realtors are a leading choice. With a strong client base and high-performing associates on staff, they continue to prove themselves a powerful ally to New Jersey business owners and investors.

Contact Info:
Name: Jamie Walter
Email: jbonanniwalter@gmail.com
Organization: Bonanni Realtors
Address: 85 Highway 33, Trenton, NJ 08619, United States
Phone: +1-609-586-4300

For more information, please visit http://bonannirealtors.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

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