The Realty Advisory, Inc. Announces Property Services Division

Firm now offers full-service property management for its clients...

CENTERVILLE, Mass.  – Centerville-based real estate firm, The Realty Advisory, Inc. (TRA), now offers property services for its clients across Cape Cod.

These new services join an ever-growing portfolio, which includes commercial real estate development, consulting, brokerage services and property management.

The property services include:

  •       Construction management
  •       Operating services
  •       Landscaping
  •       Handyman
  •       Electrical work
  •       HVAC

Johnny Faber has joined the TRA team as its on-site Project Manager to oversee projects completed by our in-house team and pre-screened external contractors. TRA is able to secure lower rates on contracted projects and completely handles the work from start to finish.

Interested parties can learn more about The Realty Advisory, Inc.’s property services at www.therealtyadvisory.com or by calling (508) 775-6000.

Headquartered in Centerville, Massachusetts, The Realty Advisory, Inc. (TRA) provides commercial real estate development, consulting, and brokerage services for Southeastern New England. Founded in 1999, TRA is a professional, inventive company that delivers individual service, higher quality engagements and greater selective value to its clients, as well as consistent financial performance to its investors and partners. TRA's multi-faceted service structure is based on the client's specific areas of need, appropriateness of projects and potential enhancement opportunities. For more information, visit www.therealtyadvisory.com.


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