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

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

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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.

 

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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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SINAJANA

The village of Sinajaña is located in the central part of the island and is part of the Kattan (Eastern) District. Sinajaña overlooks the central parks of Guam and sits atop of Hagåtña. The village derives its name from the word “chinahan”. “Chinahan” means the method of baking wild yams in the dirt. The “ña” at the end of the village name “Sinajaña” refers to the people who helped in the baking process.
 

SANTA RITA

Santa Rita is located on the southwestern side of Guam and is part of the Haya (Southern) District. This village does not have an original name because it was established in 1945 when residents were moved from the destroyed Sumay village. "Santa Rita" is the patron saint of abused wives. It is not clear how the name was decided upon, nor for what reason the name was chosen when the village was established.
 

PITI

The village of Piti is also known as “The Port City”. This village derives its name from the word “puti”. “Puti” means pain either through a sore, disease, illness or through physical or emotional pain. Piti is approximately two miles in length and width. A number of historical sites are situated within the village.
 

MONGMONG-TOTO-MAITE

The first of three villages combined into one derives its name from the word “momongmong”. “Momongmong” comes from the sound of a heartbeat but through word evolution came out to “mongmong”. The second village derives its name from the word “to to”. “To to” means to lie or recline on one’s back. The third village derives its name from the word “ma ette”. “Ma ette” means to nudge or touch another person usually accidentally with your hands or with some part of your body.
 

MERIZO

The village of Merizo is located on the southern tip of the island and is part of the Haya (Southern) District. The village derives its name from the word “lesso”. “Lesso” is the next growth size of the juvenile rabbit fish locally known as “manahak” and these were caught at the mouth of the bay of that village. Merizo is the southernmost village where one can ride a boat to a smaller island known today for its recreational and resort facilities – Cocos Island.

MANGILAO

The village of Mangilao is located in the eastern part of the island and is part of the Kattan (Eastern) District. This village derives its name from the word "ilao". "Ilao" means to look for something or to search for something. Hunters or fishermen went to this area to fish or to search for crabs, deer or wild pigs. Mangilao is the center of higher education on Guam with both the University of Guam and the Guam Community College. Rapid development in this village has made it quite populated, as it is now the home of many Micronesian islanders who have chosen to migrate to Guam.

INARAJAN

The village of Inarajan is located on the southeastern side of the island and is part of the Haya (Southern) District. This village derives its name from the word Halla. Halla means to pull something or move something with a rope tied to it. Another word that may give meaning to the village name is the word Halla. This word refers to a kind of large woven coconut basket used for storage of fish or vegetables.
 

HAGATNA

Hagåtña is the capital of Guam. It is located in the center of the island and part of the Kattan (Eastern) District. The village derives its name from the word “haga”. “Haga” means blood and that this village came about due to the bloodlines of families and relatives that helped establish this village. Hagåtña became a village when the Spaniards decided that the area be the capital of the island. Hagåtña is where you find places named after the saints, as the city is also the seat of the island’s religion – Catholicism.

DEDEDO

Dededo is located at the north central part of the island where most of the population on Guam presently centers. It encompasses an area of about 30 square miles of Guam’s 212 miles. The word Dededo comes from a system of measurement using the fingers in which each finger signifying an inch. So as one measures “one inch, two inches, three inches” the name Dededo was derived the measurement of two fingers indicating two inches. There is another word that could possibly give this village its name.

CHALAN PAGO-ORDOT

Chalan Pago-Ordot village is located in the eastern-central part of the island. It is part of the Kattan (Eastern) District. The word “chalan” makes up the first part of this village name. “Chalan” means road or street and in olden days, paths or trails. The word “pago” makes up the second part of this village name. “Pago” is the wild hibiscus tree that grows in abundance in this area. “Ordot” means ants. Both ants and hibiscus trees can be found in abundance throughout this beautiful village.
 

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