Warren Property Management

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About Property Management Services from Cherry Hill

More than just collecting rents!

Contrary to a lot of people’s thoughts, good property management isn’t expensive, it usually saves money. It also saves you time and aggravation.

Every property has its' own challenges and needs an experienced property management team that can face those challenges successfully. It is important to make sure your property manager has provided these services in the past and understands some of the pitfalls that do happen.

About Warren


With a population of more than 130,000 people at the time of the 2010 census, Warren is the third-largest city in Michigan and the largest suburb of Detroit, which is located directly to the south. Although Warren is bordered by Detroit, it couldn't be more different. In most ways, it conforms with what you'd expect to find in any suburban city. It's split up into four main districts, but each one is relatively similar to the other. Several major roads cross through Warren, and many are dotted with various commercial businesses. In between, there are numerous subdivisions and areas that include clusters of apartment communities. You're in luck if you're looking for a home in Warren, though. There are all kinds of options, so you should be able to find something that's perfect for your needs and your budget without too much trouble.


As you'd expect to find in any large, suburban city, Warren is home to a dizzying array of shops, stores, boutiques and malls. Strip malls line many major arteries, including Van Dyke Avenue, Groesbeck Highway and 8 Mile Road. There's no downtown per se, but many shops and stores are clustered along Dequindre Road, which forms the western boundary of the city. When you want to do some serious shopping, the best option is to head over to Lakeside Mall in neighboring Sterling Heights. It's practically on the border of Warren and Sterling Heights and is anchored by two Macy's, a JCPenney, a Sears and a Lord and Taylor. In addition to that, the mall houses more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Cultural Attractions

Many people in metro Detroit aren't aware of it, but Warren boasts a number of interesting cultural attractions. The Warren Symphony Orchestra is a prime example. Every year, the WSO puts on several performances, and they tend to perform to huge crowds. History buffs will appreciate the many historical sites that are found in Warren, including the Detroit Arsenal Tank Plank, which produced more than half of the Sherman tanks that were ultimately used during World War II. Many exhibits and performances are held throughout the year at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, which is part of Macomb Community College.


For major league sports, Detroit is just a quick drive south from Warren. You can enjoy major league baseball, football and hockey there. The city of Warren is a great place for people who enjoy playing sports themselves. The Warren Community Center, which was completely renovated in the early 2000s, boasts a state-of-the-art indoor waterpark, a huge fitness center and many other key sports-related amenities. The city is also home to a network of nearly 25 parks, and most apartment communities in Warren are within walking distance of at least one of them. Many of the parks have well-maintained hiking and bicycling trails too, so there are plenty of options for those who enjoy running, hiking, walking, bicycling and other active pursuits.


Warren boasts an incredible hodgepodge of dining options, and virtually every cuisine imaginable is represented. If you prefer major chain restaurants, you can take your pick from all of the usual suspects. Fast food eateries are plentiful too, and they're scattered all across the city. The real excitement in dining out in Warren is being able to choose from a huge assortment of delectable cuisines. Metro Detroit is home to large populations of Arab Americans, so Middle Eastern restaurants are fairly ubiquitous. You never have to go far to find great shwarmas. Other popular cuisines include Chinese, Indian, Thai and Japanese.


You won't find a subway or even a light rail system in Warren. In fact, the only real form of public transportation is provided by the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation, or SMART, which offers bus service throughout metro Detroit. The SMART bus system isn't the most extensive one you'll ever find, however, so the majority of those who live in Warren get around mostly by car. Warren isn't exactly a pedestrian friendly place, but many apartment communities are within easy walking distance of key amenities and services.


During the winter in Warren, you can expect to see plenty of snow. Then again, some winters pass by without hardly any accumulation at all. When snow does fall, however, the city is very good about plowing major roads immediately, so getting around doesn't tend to be an issue. Summers in southeastern Michigan tend to be fairly hot and very humid, so finding an apartment with good air conditioning is a must. Most would agree that spring and fall are the best seasons, with beautiful flowers blooming in the spring and colorful leaves livening up the trees in the fall.