Fall Inspections and What To Expect

The approaching Fall season brings annual inspections for our buildings at 8050 & 8080. Although we will do our best to communicate when these inspections will take place, we like to make you aware of what to expect ahead of time. None of the inspections require you to be onsite since CMC Management and/or Maintenance will be accompanying crews through the inspections.

The following are common violations that the Fire Department sees and we ask that you make any changes necessary:

– Fuse Boxes must be visible and not covered by furniture or pictures.

– Extension Cords may not be used as a permanent electrical source.

 Power Strips may not be piggy backed off of each other.

– Boxes may not be stacked to the ceiling or blocking doors and units may not be used for excessive storage.

– Smoking is prohibited under the breezeway of the rear entrance and in any location that would allow smoke to drift into the building.

During the annual fire alarm inspections, you can expect that the sirens will be activated and sound throughout the building. We anticipate testing to be completed as quickly as possible so that we are not disrupting your business for any one length of time. This inspection will not require evacuation of the building.

We are appreciative for such great tenants that cooperate with us as we make sure our inspections run smooth and successful!

It’s a New (& Busy) Month in Cincinnati!

It’s the first day of September and the unofficial start to fall in the tri-state area, which means there is a lot to do and see! This time of year is always jam-packed with sporting events, festivals, haunted happenings, and more.

Some honorable mentions include Ohio Renaissance Festival, Cincy Beerfest, Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, Halloween Haunt at Kings Island, and a few home Bengals games.

Get your calendars out and markdown your must-do’s before it’s too late!

Big Events Coming to Cincy in September

CMC West Chester Fitness Room Update!

We are excited to announce the completion of our newly updated fitness room! A fresh coat of paint and new floors were installed last week with the addition of a new tv that is conveniently hung on the wall so that more space is available for our work out machines.  We hope you enjoy the fresh updates to the space!

A couple reminders as you utilize the Fitness Room:

A waiver must be signed with each visit/usage of the workout equipment (located under the TV).

Sanitizing cleaner is readily accessible for you to utilize before and after using the equipment and shower/changing room.

Lights are to be turned off when exiting the space.




PSO Mason Welcomes Kristen Romani

Welcome, Kristen Romani!

As of Monday, July 26, 2021, Kristen Romani will be taking over as the Property Manger for CMC’s The Perfect Small Office-Mason. She has a background in accounting and office administration and is very excited to be a part of the CMC family! Stop by and introduce yourself!

We are excited to have Kristen join our team and are confident that she will go above and beyond to assist in any way possible!

Welcome, Lindsay Ruef!

Welcome, Lindsay Ruef!

As of Monday, July 26, 2021, Lindsay Ruef will be taking over as the Property Manger for CMC’s The Perfect Small Office-Beckett. We would like to invite you to join us in the conference room, located at 8050 Beckett Center Drive, Suite 114, from 8:00-9:30a for an informal meet and greet opportunity. Light refreshments will be available to enjoy!

We are excited to have Lindsay join our team and are confident that she will go above and beyond to assist in any way possible!

Mason Tenant Spotlight: RealLink Real Estate

Reallink. . . with a 97.5% customer satisfaction rating, this flat fee, full-service real estate firm is the way to go.

The facts are clear. Today, more and more homeowners are realizing that the “flat fee, full-service” way of selling your home is the best solution.

Adam Marit founded Reallink in 2013 with a focused dedication to saving sellers thousands, while still offering the professional, hard-work ethic sellers want.

The concept is simple. Rather than charging the traditional 6% commission to sell your home, Reallink charges a flat fee of $1,000 to list, market, and sell your property. There are no additional fees or hidden costs. Reallink eliminates the 3% commission typically paid to the listing agent, replacing it with a one-time flat fee of $1,000.

“When working with Reallink, you can expect a full-time, full-service, real estate professional dedicated to serving you,” said Adam Marit, President. “And with the flat-fee approach, your savings are significant. A seller of a $200,000 home for example, can save between $5,000 and $11,000!”

The effectiveness of this approach is second to none. As Reallink regularly tracks their results, the data shows that homes sold by Reallink in 2017 sold for more money in half the time compared to the local average.

To make sure Reallink maintains its edge, every client is asked to take a satisfaction survey. Feedback from clients sets Reallink at a current satisfaction rating of 97.5%. This is among the highest ratings in the real estate industry.

“We hear it all the time. This really is the future of real estate,” continued Marit.

To find out more, visit www.reallink.com or call Adam at (513) 204-0131.