Schottenstein Real Estate GroupGary Schottenstein takes care of his customers, team members at Schottenstein Real...
Gary Schottenstein learned from his father to treat your customer right and fairly. And after more than 35 years in the real estate business, he still holds true to that.Read Full Article
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Business owners face unique challenges and opportunities as they progress through the evolution of their business — and part of that process includes obtaining funding for expansion and growth.
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