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Economic Forecast | Tampa Bay Justin Dean predicts moderate growth for St. Petersburg

November 18, 2016

Reported by: Mark Gordon, Business Observer

Company: Dean predicts moderate growth for St. Petersburg–based Dean & Dewitt Property Management in 2017. “We’ve been in pretty fast growth mode over the past two years,” he says. “I still expect to grow, but the speed of growth is not going to be as fast.”

Industry: Dean doesn’t anticipate another real estate bubble, because there’s been more responsible lending and more cash purchases than in 2006.

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Questions to Ask Your Potential St. Petersburg Property Manager

When you’re hiring a professional property manager in St. Petersburg, you need to know what you are getting for your money. It’s a common question to ask how much the property management fees are, but you also need to know what you’re getting for the money you’re spending. It’s about value. So when you’re interviewing a property manager, consider the following questions.

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City's Best!

Dean & DeWitt Property Management is thrilled to announce that they have been selected as the recipient of the City's Best Award for 2023.

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