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Business Listing   Cleaning With Love - Arlington, TX - Phone: (214) 449-1923


Business Listing   Doskocil Property Management - Arlington, TX - Phone: (817) 523-8644


Business Listing   Emcol Cleaning Service - Arlington, TX - Phone: (682) 238-5826


Business Listing   Grainger - Arlington, TX - Phone: (800) 687-6807


Business Listing   Java Joe Express - Arlington, TX - Phone: (817) 233-3463


Business Listing   Madison Janitorial Services - Arlington, TX - Phone: (817) 323-8936


Business Listing   Nifty Swifty Cleaning - Arlington, TX - Phone: (682) 206-3542


Business Listing   PATTERSON'S PLATINUM PROPERTIES - Arlington, TX - Phone: (817) 317-1074


Business Listing   Renters Warehouse DFW - Arlington, TX - Phone: (817) 928-4942


Business Listing   Weaver Property Management - Arlington, TX - Phone: (817) 557-2692


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Helpful Definition for: Real Estate Property Management

Arlington has real estate property management options available. The property management firm is put into place by the developers of owners of a property, be it commercial or residential in nature. They are responsible for maximizing the returns on the investment in the property. This can be done by acting in the interests of the owner in specific ways, such as marketing and financial duties, tenancy and occupancy issues, management of the common facilities both interior and exterior to the property, as well as administration and risk management. They are paid on a contract basis for the services rendered. Real estate managers act as the go-between for the owners and the users of the property (unless they are the same. Even then, a management team is usually deployed).

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