Best Apartment Rental Company: Enclave Property Management

Location: West Fargo

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Enclave Property Management has been named Best Apartment Rental Company in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What sets you apart from competitors? Why do customers choose you?

“We’ve been voted Best Apartment Rental Company of the Red River Valley for two consecutive years because of a genuine desire to care for our residents, which includes prioritizing relationships, transparent communication, and timely maintenance,” President Donna Smith said. “In addition, we have the unique opportunity to be part of an organization that is incredibly thoughtful in designing properties to create spaces to relax, entertain, focus on wellness, or simply enjoy a cup of coffee for a resort-like experience that’s part of your every day.”

What is the most rewarding part of what you do?

“For many, home means comfort, security, belonging, and a place where memories are made,” Smith said. “To provide a home for more than 5,000 residents who choose to live with Enclave is both a privilege and reward.”

  • Second place: Prairie Property Management
  • Third place: EPIC Management
  • Fourth place: Cityscapes Plaza
  • Fifth place: Meridian Property Management

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