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    Real Estate Management in Orrville


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    Business Listing   Chippewa Estates - Orrville, OH - Phone: (330) 345-7810


    Business Listing   Glenridge Home Park - Orrville, OH - Phone: (330) 684-1245


    Business Listing   Hilltop Manor - Orrville, OH - Phone: (330) 682-4436


    Business Listing   Lamplight Court Apartments - Orrville, OH - Phone: (330) 683-3926


    Business Listing   Millborne Mobile Manor - Orrville, OH - Phone: (330) 683-4301


    Business Listing   Rolling Meadows Apartments - Orrville, OH - Phone: (330) 682-5303


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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 Orrville involves maintaining the financial aspects of a real estate property.

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

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