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Terra West Property Management:

Deborah Ogilvie

Co-founder, president

Thu, Jun 11, 2009 (6 a.m.)

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Deborah Ogilvie

Deborah Ogilvie

Co-founder, President

Terra West Property Management

2655 S. Rainbow Blvd., Suite 200

Las Vegas, NV 89146

(702) 362-6262

www.TerraWest.com

Deborah Ogilvie is a co-founder and president of Terra West Property Management, which serves more than 170 homeowner associations, representing more than 55,000 homes and luxury high-rise towers and more than 1,000 rental properties. In business since 1979, the Las Vegas-based business is a privately owned and operated community and property management company with three offices in Las Vegas and one each in Reno, Nev., and St. George, Utah. The firm has several specialty divisions including residential leasing and management; tenant registry services; government contract management; luxury high-rise and community association management divisions. The more than 125 dedicated and knowledgeable professionals have extensive experience in community, residential and investment property management, sales and leasing. As president, Ogilvie is involved in daily administration and management of the company. She is also the managing director of the residential leasing division and the McCarran International Airport Residential Property Management Program. In 1982, Ogilvie created KGDO Holding Co. with partner Katherine Matheson. In 1999, she received her property management permit from the state of Nevada real estate division. She is a founding member of the Southern Nevada chapter of the Community Association Institute and Community Association Management Executive Officers Inc. She is a member of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors, Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce and Better Business Bureau.

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