Mississippi's Largest Property Management Company Est.1933                                                                

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About Hattiesburg

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, encompasses much of Forrest County (where it is the county seat) and Lamar County and has a population of over 50,000. Find useful links and more information about Hattiesburg by clicking below.

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London and Stetelman Commercial Real Estate and Property Management - Tenant Portal

London and Stetelman Commercial Real Estate and Property Management - Owner Portal

Welcome to London and Stetelman

London & Stetelman Commercial Realtors is Hattiesburg's first and oldest full service commercial real estate company.  We manage over one million square feet of lease space in commercial and multi-family properties.

Please contact us so that we can assist you in your property needs.


Tenants: New Online Access

Our new Tenant Portal provides 24/7 online access for our tenants to request services, see your balance and pay on your account online. We are excited to bring this new level of functionality to our tenants and invite you to contact us if you have any questions or if you need assistance.



Owners: New Online Access

We are pleased to introduce our new Owner Portal, providing 24/7 access for property owners to login and see information about their accounts, balances and other information. This new portal provides convenience to the owners we represent and is provided to give you the information you need when you need it.



Search our Commercial Listings

London and Stetelman Commercial Realtors has a wide selection of commercial properties throughout the Hattiesburg, Forrest and Lamar County area. Please use the link below to view information about available commercial properties or contact us to find out about our commercial property services.

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Search Our Residential Listings

London & Stetelman manages a large inventory of residential property including houses, apartments, condos and duplexes.  Please click the link below to view our interactive, mapped rental listings. If you would like to learn more about the management services we provide, please contact us.

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News from around the State

Mississippi Business Journal

Mississippi Business Journal
  • JACKSON — A bill headed to Gov. Phil Bryant would establish a group to study whether Mississippi should modify or walk away from Common Core academic standards. The House and Senate on Tuesday both passed the final version of Senate Bill 2161. If Bryant signs the bill into law, an 11-member commission would make recommendations […]

  • Mississippi’s Board of Trustees for the Institutions of Higher Learning, IHL, wants all of the Dan Jones hullabaloo to blow over. They are hoping spring will take its natural course on those protesting Ole Miss student bodies. Then the IHL Board can get back to operating in their usual anonymity where they are much safer. […]

  • JACKSON — Senators want more work on a bill that would force the state Department of Education to relaunch a contract competition to pick state standardized tests with rules that would aid the ACT organization. House and Senate negotiators tacked the language onto House Bill 434, a must-pass bill that transfers money in the budget. […]

  • JACKSON — Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says he intends to sign a bill designed to bring more transparency to the way publicly owned hospitals are run. Bryant spoke Tuesday to more than three dozen people who traveled to the state Capitol to push the bill because of concerns about pension losses at Singing River Hospital […]

  • By JACK WEATHERLY Net income for Jackson-based Cal-Maine Foods — the nation’s largest producer of eggs — rose in the third fiscal quarter to $50.9 million, its second-biggest quarter ever. Earnings per share were $1.05, compared with 89 cents a year earlier on $42.9 million in net income. Net sales were up 10.6 percent for […]