TOWN SQUARE | The six-story apartment building has one-, two- and three-bedroom units with high ceilings, hardwood floors, white cabinets, white Caesarstone counters, upgraded appliances and pantries in the kitchen.
She said she soon realized she had three major problems: First, she didn’t have a great property. Second, she didn’t have a great tenant. Third, her property manager didn't always handle tenant concerns effectively.
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