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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
The Chinese have invested
a lot of money into Toledo property, but it seems like developments have
stalled. Now two local companies are reaching out to those investors.
Both Reichle Klein Group
and Louisville Title have worked with Chinese investors, making communication
easier between investors and local representatives.
"If they're living in
China and they own property here, and they needed someone to manage that
property for them in their absence, we do that," explained Harlan Reichle,
president and CEO of Reichle Klein Group.
The commercial real estate
company currently manages a property for a Chinese investment group, so they
launched a new Chinese-language version of their website.
"We're always looking to
find more and better ways to expand the universe that we expose our properties
to on behalf of our clients, and to do it more effectively," Reichle said.
The Louisville Title website
offers a description of the area, and what the company does. President Jim Lindsay
says he even hired an employee to help with Chinese translation and
"Anytime that you can
accommodate that, or try to bridge that communication gap, I think it helps,"
Lindsay said. "It's just a plus for this region."