Fox Valley-based Bomier Properties bought by Wisconsin real estate firm

GRAND CHUTE – Two Wisconsin real estate firms are joining forces.

Colliers | Wisconsin, a real estate firm based in Milwaukee, announced Wednesday in a press release its acquisition of Grand Chute-based Bomier Properties. Colliers is Wisconsin’s largest third-party commercial real estate services firm, according to the release.

Founded by Terry Bomier in 1990, Bomier Properties has listed more than $1 billion worth of properties and exceeded sales of $600 million. Bomier Properties has five employees, who will work for Colliers, the release said. Terry Bomier will remain with the company in a brokerage and mentoring capacity.

“Colliers has a strong local ownership and leadership model in place and was the right fit to ensure the future success of the business,” he said. “The organization’s best-in-class culture and investment in talent made Colliers the logical choice to continue the proud legacy of Bomier Properties into the future.”

Colliers | Wisconsin was founded in 1971 and employs over 200, with offices in Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay.

“Combined with our statewide resources and national reach, we are confident we can continue to build on (Bomier’s) success and provide better continuity to our clients through the state of Wisconsin,” Colliers | Wisconsin managing director Lyle Landowski said.

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Contact Brad Star at bstar@postcrescent.com. Follow him on Twitter at @byBradStar. 

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