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    Real Estate Management in Chicago Ridge

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    Business Listing   Briargate Apartments - Chicago Ridge, IL - Phone: (708) 424-3222

    Business Listing   Creek Side Apartments - Chicago Ridge, IL - Phone: (708) 448-8633

    Business Listing   Ridge Village Apartments - Chicago Ridge, IL - Phone: (708) 636-5191

    Business Listing   S Ridge Station Apartments - Chicago Ridge, IL - Phone: (708) 423-5427

    Business Listing   V B N Management - Chicago Ridge, IL - Phone: (708) 423-8222

    Business Listing   Washington Street Condominiums - Chicago Ridge, IL - Phone: (708) 229-2164

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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 Chicago Ridge involves maintaining the financial aspects of a real estate property.

    Real estate management is done by real estate managers of Chicago Ridge 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 Chicago Ridge, real estate managers need to be licensed to dispense such services.

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