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Synergy Real Estate Group. The Premier Tenant Representation Firm in Riverside-San Bernardino

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Free Warehouse Locating and Commercial Lease Negotiation Services

We work with companies that need warehouse space in Riverside and San Bernardino County which is locally known as the Inland Empire. Our dedicated team of local representatives have worked with numerous companies and have handled lease, purchase and third-party logistics requirements. The best part is that our services are provided at no cost to clients.

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We help businesses find the best possible space and provide negotiation services to ensure that your company will get a great deal on warehouse space. (See our services list)

We can help locate available warehouses based on:

  • Amount and type of space required
  • Proximity and access to highways/ports
  • Budget
  • # of Loading docks
  • Ceiling height
  • Percentage of office space (if required)

We have successfully helped companies ranging from medium sized businesses to Fortune 500 companies locate space in the Inland Empire. Contact us today and we can provide you with a free consultation regarding your commercial space needs.

Recent News and Notes

December 24, 2012 – We look at the area’s latest economic data and why the Inland Empire is poised for substantial growth over the next two years. Economic Activity Increasing in the Inland Empire

July 2, 2012 – We decided to put together a brief article on what makes the Inland Empire a great choice for businesses that need warehouse space in southern California. Read the full article and let us know your thoughts. What makes the Inland Empire great for warehouse space

July 14, 2010 – Our agent and Vice President, Jeremy Trotter, was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal article about leasing activity in the Inland Empire. Click here to read the full article titled “Inland Empire: Increased Activity at Warehouses From Ports