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Job Spotlight: Reynolds Bickerstaff, managing partner and chief experience officer at Waddell Realty

Reynolds Bickerstaff.

Reynolds Bickerstaff. Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com

BY TONY ADAMS

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Asked to describe the Columbus housing market in 2015, Reynolds Bickerstaff is forthcoming, calling it “average.” In fact, he said, there may have been a few more homes sold in 2014 than in 2015.

“It’s a nominal amount, but I think what we need to be worried about is 2016 with Fort Benning’s reduction,” said Bickerstaff, referring to the local military post losing the 3rd Armored Combat Brigade Team and,

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Reynolds Bickerstaff Selected for Columbus and the Valley Magazine "5 Under 40"

 

Each year, Columbus and the Valley Magazine partners with the Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals (YP) to celebrate the careers of five local leaders who have excelled in their fields. One of our own, Reynolds Bickerstaff was selected.

To read the full article, please click here.

 

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Property managers have a variety of apps and websites at their fingertips to help them succeed in the property management business.

We’ve all heard the saying: There’s an app for that. Now, property managers should be using  the latest technology to assist them with their property management duties. Here are some apps for smartphones or tablets designed to help manage rental property more easily:

  1. Houzz App is an interior design application available for iPad, iPhone and Android devices. It provides the tools and information needed to complete home remodeling or decoration projects. Property managers can browse photos by style, room and location; share images with family, friends and design professionals; and find ideas in featured idea books.
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