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EJF Real Estate Services traces its origins to the 1920s when Edmund J. Flynn introduced the concept of housing cooperatives to Washington, DC. The Edmund J. Flynn Company was the pioneering force behind a great number of the area's premier cooperative and condominium associations and was directly involved in the development or conversion of many of Washington’s finest buildings.

Our legacy of real estate expertise and ethical business practices still guides us today. We are committed to giving back to the communities we serve. We partner with local charitable organizations to help develop quality living environments for underserved communities throughout our nation’s capital, thereby improving the lives of those in need. We invite you to learn more about our history, advocacy and the EJF family.

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Marketing Rentals Professionally | Insight From Property Management, D.C.

Working with experienced property management, D.C. investors, can bring your portfolio to the next level. Of the many services such experts proffer, the ability to properly market your rental property—especially a rental property located within a community, co-op, or HOA—is one of the most significant. Marketing is such a crucial ...

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The Status of Evictions in the District of Columbia Due to COVID-19

Evictions are never easy on investors—even less so during a crisis. From a perspective of compassion, no one wants to put someone out of their home—or be removed from a place you call home simply due to the difficulties of a pandemic. This makes understanding evictions from the perspective of D.C. property management crucial during ...

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