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COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS

C21 REMCO's professional team is ready to successfully manage all your real estate transactions.

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HIGHLY EXPERIENCED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

C21 REMCO is the only Bonded, professional property management team on Guam.

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COMPLETE LIST OF GUAM PROPERTIES

C21 REMCO ethically provide you with a complete list of Guam properties, through Guam's MLS.

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COMPLETE LIST OF GUAM PROPERTIES

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BROKERAGE AND DEVELOPMENT

C21 REMCO has been involved in the development of some of the largest projects in Guam.

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INTERNATIONAL CLIENTELE

International and locally-based clients know that they can count on C21 REMCO's expertise in real estate legislation.

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INTERNATIONAL CLIENTELE

These folks at Century 21 REMCO found me a home within weeks. Plus, they were so gracious and kind in helping me navigate the financing process. Thank you Century 21!

- Mark Blas, Home Buyer
Working with and getting my large commerical property transaction closed seamlessly with C21 REMCO's help was just wonderful. The entire team at C21 REMCO is professional, attentive, and are indeed true real estate experts.

- Karen Lee, Commercial Developer

Services you may need from C21 REMCO...

  • Buying a home or condo
  • Renting a home or apartment 
  • Selling your property 
  • Property Management for your real estate
  • Brokerage and Development, to facilitate your development project
  • Advice and consultation, especially regarding real estate legislation

Why C21 REMCO is a perfect fit for you...

CENTURY 21 Realty Management achieved sales in excess of $500,000,000.00 to date; we feel this figure speaks for itself in regards to our ability and performance. Individual transactions range from a $2,300.00 land sale to a thirty million dollar ($30,000,000.00) hotel site in Tumon, with all segments of the real estate market represented, including undeveloped land, houses, multi-family dwelling units, office buildings, warehouses, manufacturing businesses and condominiums. Our staff and personnel have over 75 years of experience in the real estate field. Whether buying or selling, this experience means the best deal for you. So this year, put a professional in your corner.......CENTURY 21 Realty Management Company Inc.

 

Properties are available in all of Guam's 19 Villages...
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Let's Bring You Together With Your Place.

Contact us at C21 REMCO, and experience the true meaning of customer service in the real estate industry in Guam. Our focus is you, our customer. We strive to meet your needs and requirements, no matter how small or big the transaction. 

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Mark Blas

These folks at Century 21 REMCO found me a home within weeks. Plus, they were so gracious and kind in helping me navigate the financing process. Thank you Century 21!

- Mark Blas, Home Buyer

162 Chapel Road, Barrigada, GU 96913 (MLS# 18-1072)

Property Description
A beautiful modern executive house with a wide open design of the kitchen, dining and living room areas. The master bedroom is spacious with a walk-in closet and bathtub which is scheduled to be replaced. There is an enclosed two-car garage. The back yard has an outside kitchen and a covered patio facing the southwest mountains of Guam which is great for BBQ's and friendly get-togethers. The yard is spacious, completely fenced and gated. Must see to appreciate. Contact your favorite realtor to arrange a showing.

YONA

The village derives its name from the word "iyo-'a. Iyo-a" means the possession of something be it material things, personal items, or spiritual ownership. Yona is located on the southeastern side of the island and is situated on a plateau overlooking the Pacific Ocean and is part of the Haya (Southern) District. Yona is well known to islanders because of Menenggon, the infamous concentration camp where the Japanese imprisoned the Chamorros before the American invasion. This village follows the village of Sinajaa where development in the form of Urban Renewal created what is Yona today.

YIGO

This village derives its name from the word "yugu". "Yugu" means the frame placed over the neck of a carabao and harnessed to a cart. Yigo is the island's northernmost village. The soil is rich for coffee, cocoa, pineapples, oranges and tangerines, which grew in abundance before the war. This village also produced chocolates, which were then transported to Hagåtña where they were served to visitors in the Chocolate House of the Governor's palace. Yigo also has many Ifil wood trees, the hard wood used to make the yoke of the carabao and oftentimes the construction of the carabao cart.
 

UMATAC

The village of Umatac is located in the southwestern side of the island and is part of the Haya (Southern) District. This village derives its name from the word “uma”. “Uma” means to carry something on the back or a heavy load on the shoulders. Umatac is the smallest and second oldest of Guam’s villages after Inarajan. This is the village that Ferdinand Magellan is alleged to have visited and it was through his escapades with the villagers that led him to rename Guam, the “Island of Thieves.”
 

TAMUNING-TUMON-HARMON

There are two Carolinian stories that relate to how this village derives its name. First, there was a Carolinian Chief named Tamuning who was brought over from Ulul Atoll in the Caroline Islands. The second came from a Carolinian word “Tamuning” which is the movement of people from Apotuan on to the area where a cotton plantation was run by an individual named George Johnston. Mr. Johnston was an American businessman who married a Spaniard woman and was permitted to grow cotton in what is now Tamuning.

TALOFOFO

The village of Talofofo is located in the south eastern side of the island and is part of the Haya (Southern) District. This village derives its name from the saying "entalo' I fe'fo"."Entalo' I fe'fo" means between the cliffs where this place is situated and surrounded by cliffs. It is possible that another word gave this village its ending name. The word 'fo'fo"means a bubbling spring. Because the Talo'fo'fo River and the Talo'fo'fo Falls are located in this village, the name could possibly mean between the bubbling springs.
 

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