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Experience. Relationships. Professionalism. With years of commercial real estate experience, Tom Baker and his team bring together their extensive knowledge in commercial property leasing, sales and development with a far-reaching network that has been personally cultivated, along with KW Commercial's national broker network. With regional expertise throughout the Midwest areas of Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin, the team values your business and has proven experience that upholds honesty and high ethical standards in all facets of commercial real estate. KW Commercial Midwest is Minnesota's market-leading office of KW Commercial, the commercial real estate division of industry-leading Keller Williams Realty. We are your local market experts with the resources of a national platform, cutting edge tools and international network at our disposal. Tom Baker is CCIM certified, and a member of ICSC, MSCA, NAR and MNCAR. He is committed to treating his clients with professionalism and respect. Tom Baker, CCIM KW Commercial Midwest 3464 Washington Drive #100 Eagan, MN 55122 651-262-1100

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