Experience, Professionalism, Value and Excellence
KW Citywide Property Management is a division of Cleveland’s premier real estate brokerage located in Westlake, Ohio. Our Property Management Division operates under the Keller Williams business philosophy that promotes honesty, integrity, and professionalism, which is unparalleled in the real estate industry. This approach to business rewards our clients with a positive professional relationship and profitable result.
At the core of Keller Williams Realty is a conviction that who you are in business with matters. To this end we have placed knowledgeable, experienced, professional property management specialists into key roles within our property management operations. Our commitment to our existing and future clients is to provide you with the best representation in the property management business.
Meet Our Leadership Team
Property Manager overseeing all aspects of our Property Management Division. Mary has over 25 years of Property Management experience at the corporate office level as an Ohio Regional Manager overseeing in excess of 6,000 units in multi-family properties throughout northeast Ohio. Mary is also a licensed Realtor in the state of Ohio.
Operations Coordinator ensuring the needs of our property owners and tenants are professionally met. Karen has over 16 years of Property Management experience in multi-family housing specializing in new acquisitions and training. Karen is also a licensed Realtor in the state of Ohio.
Our Support Team
Mary and Karen are fully supported by a strong team of professionals, from the broker of KW Citywide, to an efficient administrative support staff. In addition, our brokerage represents over 250 licensed real estate pros, who handle not only buying and selling properties, but also assist in all aspects of leasing opportunities.
The KW Citywide Property Management Promise
KW Citywide is a fully licensed real estate brokerage as required by the state of Ohio to manage properties for others. We strictly adhere to the laws and statutes as required by local ordinances and the state of Ohio.