doing good, but want to take it to another level. i know i could handle more. got 80 units now, and i do it all myself... maintenance and all the office work. if you have done good for yourself in this industry, please let me know what avenues you took to get where you are. your history would be great help to me. iam always looking in CL, PMjobs.com and of course indeed. i have always worked for owner/opperators... maybe thats my Problem?
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We have about 13 years in all phases ofmanaging a rather busy storage facility,but, we are wanting to re locate. We alsoare interested in info as resident manager for a Mobile Home Park. We are both experienced, good with people, and able to learn new procedures. Thank you for any help or input. Dave & Bobbi
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