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Business Listing   ABC Housing Development Fund - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-5479

Business Listing   Cary & CO - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-5375

Business Listing   Countrytowne Apartments - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-1194

Business Listing   Court View Manor - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 785-1827

Business Listing   Dorschel Gary - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-1341

Business Listing   Ely Park Apartments - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 729-2432

Business Listing   Five Riverside Towers - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-3598

Business Listing   JTC Rentals - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-7368

Business Listing   Kirkwood Mobile Home Park - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 775-1805

Business Listing   Lanes Realty - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 798-0142

Business Listing   Masciarelli Construction CO Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-3523

Business Listing   Metro Interfaith Housing Counseling Program - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-0582

Business Listing   Mountain Shadow Apartments - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-0005

Business Listing   One Ten Chenango Place - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-6368

Business Listing   Property Management Team - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-7716

Business Listing   Quality Inn & Suites - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-5353

Business Listing   R M C Properties - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 648-7228

Business Listing   Rerent Property Management - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-0950

Business Listing   River House CO - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-0456

Business Listing   Rosefsky Steven M - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-3411

Business Listing   Royce Real Estate Services - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-3898

Business Listing   SALL Associates Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-0901

Business Listing   Stratmill Brook Apartments - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 775-3421

Business Listing   Tobia Caesar - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-6449

Business Listing   Tri-Cities Apt Rentals - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-8428

Business Listing   Woodburn Court One - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-7875

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Helpful Definition for: Real Estate Management

Real Estate Management, also known as property management, involves managing real estate property- residential, commercial and industrial. Real estate management in Binghamton involves maintaining the financial aspects of a real estate property. 

Real estate management is done by real estate managers of Binghamton who supervise and work on maintenance, improvement and repair projects on a property. In case of larger units, these managers may hire people to work under them. In Binghamton, real estate managers need to be licensed to dispense such services.

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