Real Estate One finalizes deal to acquire Ann Arbor-based Charles Reinhart Company
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Founded in Ann Arbor in 1971, the Charles Reinhart Company operates six residential sales offices, a commercial and property management division and a mortgage company. Reinhart has more than 200 agents and employees. Both Real Estate One and Reinhart consistently rank as one of the four top brokerages in the Washtenaw County market. Elsea and Lutton said the acquisition means Reinhart will have access to Real Estate continue Ones support staff, technology capabilities and marketing tools.
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