Justin Ohrmundt
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Location (City, State) (Province, Country)
Chicago, Illinois
A Bit About Me
I am COO and Principal at Stadt Group a residential property management, development and acquisitions firm headquartered in Chicago Illinois. Our mission is to manage for superior multi-family investment returns through hands-on, engaged interaction with our clients-the residents. Our strategy is to incorporate our philosophy of decentralized, empowered management, real-time financial, operational and physical monitoring, and staff accountability to deliver services integral in building healthy communities.
Which Best Describes You? (Pick All That Apply)
Commercial Broker, Developer, Builder, Property Manager, Professional
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http://www.stadtgroup.net

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