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Currently managing close to one million square feet of retail shopping and commercial office centers, Charleston Real Estate Management, LLC is a full service commercial property management company serving the Charleston Lowcountry and Greater Tri-County area. Our goal: To provide excellent and personal customer service to owners and tenants alike.

Working closely with our qualified maintenance vendors (all licensed, bonded, and insured), we provide proactive management and consistent follow-through. Along with our vendors, we pride ourselves on quality work within an immediate time-frame.

By choosing Charleston Real Estate Management, you ensure that your investment is being managed by professionals with a combined experience level of 65+ years who are committed to protecting your real estate investment. We are focused on the owner’s goals and objectives, and fully understand the various elements which make an income producing property successful.

Because professional management is tailored to the individual needs of each owner’s investment, our team is willing to work with you to create a customized plan that satisfies all of your desired requirements. The following is a brief list of some of the property management services that we provide.


  • Oversight of Property
  • Maintenance & Repair of Property
  • 24-Hour Customer Service
  • Competitive Bidding
  • Annual Operating Budget Preparation
  • Capital Budget Preparation
  • Landlord/Tenant relations


  • Full cash management
  • Accounts receivable
  • Accounts payable
  • Invoicing for common area charges, taxes, and insurance
  • Customized detailed reports, including aged receivables
  • Compiled monthly financial statements by a CPA
  • Secure bids for insurance or other financial services or expenses
  • Prepare required 1099’s for year-end accounting
  • File all property reports
  • Monitor Leases for Tenant rent escalations
  • Available tax preparation


  • Conduct frequent physical inspections
  • Implement standard operating procedures
  • Coordinate and supervise all maintenance activities
  • Enforce building rules and regulations
  • Comply with municipal codes
  • Negotiate contracts and supervise independent contractors