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General Info
Mid-Atlantic Commercial is a full-service commercial real estate firm that offers office and industrial property sales and leasing, assembling and development of raw land and institutional investment opportunities. The firm deals in office buildings, retail spaces and industrial units. It operates through retail development and operations, commercial sales, finance, government relations, and public administration and marketing divisions. Mid-Atlantic Commercial s clients include Walgreens, The Staubach Company, Cingular Wireless Services, Great Clips, and All Tune & Lube. It additionally offers online property request applications. The firm is based in Yorktown, Va.
BBB Rating
A+
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Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat - SunClosed
Payment method
no credit cards
Categories
Real Estate Consultants, Attorneys, Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Attorneys
Other Information

Parking: Lot

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Sherea D.

09/16/2015

Overall

Beware if you rent any property from them they refuse to return security deposits. Create false repair invoices and when you call number on invoices they are not really a business. They also refuse to return calls or emails in timely manor . Not one repair was mentioned during walk through and house was left in better conditioned then when we moved in yet they kept most of the deposit. During walk through he even mentioned what perfect condition the house was left in and posted the picture he took during walk through to ad to list the property for rent yet claimed the house had several damages when it came time to return deposit. It took nearly two months to get what they claimed was left of deposit. I suspect he had to wait until new tenant to moved in to come up with the money to pay back what he claimed was left of deposit.