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REMM Group Adds Eight Properties to Apartment Management Portfolio

The REMM Group has added eight Southern California properties, totaling more than 1,000 units, to its multifamily management portfolio. Six of the communities are located in Orange County, one in the Inland Empire and one in Los Angeles. The largest is the 348-unit McComber Creek Apartment Homes in Buena Park. 

REMM Group CEO Sara D’Elia said, “Prior to the arrival of the new communities, we created two new VP positions and hired a new regional manager. A unique benefit The REMM Group provides is the direct involvement of the executive team in each community we manage.” 

In addition to McComber Creek, properties added to REMM’s portfolio include Villa Creek Apartment Homes in Cypress, the Jaggar in Los Angeles, Pasadena Village Apartment Homes in Tustin, Fountain Park Apartment Homes in Buena Park, Orange Creek Apartment Homes in Orange, Courtyard at La Pat Place in Westminster and Lincoln Village in Anaheim. 


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