Saundra Cramblett, RPA®

Property Manager

605 S Front Street, Suite 200 | Columbus, Ohio 43215

Columbus, Ohio 43215

614-629-5208 office

scramblett@ohioequities.com

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Education

Studied at The Ohio State University and Franklin University

Saundra Cramblett comes to NAI Ohio Equities with over 20 years experience in the field of Property Management. Saundra specializes in mid-rise commercial facility management and residential property management.

Prior to joining NAI Ohio Equities , Saundra was a Senior Property Manager with major central Ohio property management companies. She was responsible for mid-rise, mixed-use commercial buildings; consisting of retail, residential, and parking structures. Saundra coordinated all property management functions, association needs, and the coordination of staffing for the concierge desk, maintenance technicians, and parking garage.


Why did you decide to get into Commercial Real Estate?

Transitioning to Commercial Property Management was a natural transition from large mixed use buildings; knowledge of commercial components and the maintenance needs. I had worked with commercial portfolios in addition managing HOA’s and condo associations.

Why did you decide to make Columbus your home?

I relocated to Columbus for college and found Columbus to be a great place to live, work and play.

What is your favorite neighborhood of Columbus?

One of my favorite neighborhoods is German Village because of its architecture and creativity at every turn. It is a great walking neighborhood sprinkled with excellent restaurants.

Where do you like to vacation?

Cultural cities and the beach.

What is your favorite hidden gem in Columbus?

Lindey's garden patio.

Membership

BOMA, Columbus Board Member and Liason and Past Development Chair
Columbus REALTORS® Commercial Education Committee
Ohio Association of REALTORS®
National Association of REALTORS®

Community Involvement

American Cancer Society's Making Strides for Breast Cancer
KickButt Columbus