Irem® Reme Awards for Real Estate Management Excellence

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Irem® Reme Awards for Real Estate Management Excellence


The first-ever finalists for the IREM REME Awards have been announced,

and this accomplished, impressive group showcases the depth and breadth of those working to improve the places we live, work and shop today.

The REME Awards celebrate excellence in real estate management through:

* Recognizing real estate management companies and individual practitioners for innovative, leading-edge, business practices and initiatives

* Sharing successful initiatives and fostering innovation within the real estate management industry, locally and globally

* Recognizing companies and individuals of all asset classes commercial or residential and of any size, whether local, regional, national or international

"The IREM REME Awards are a unique and prominent opportunity for individuals and businesses to be recognized through exposure to the industry, peers, the media and the public," said Lori Burger, CPM, IREM President, Eugene Management Burger Corporation, AMO, Rohnert Park, California. "And we are very pleased to have ABM as the Founding Sponsor for the REME Award Program."

IREM is proud to recognize the 2015 REME Award finalists for their outstanding achievements in real estate management.

"It was a healthy competition with a very diverse group of submissions. Choosing just one winner in each category was a difficult task for the judging committee," said Renee Savage, CPM, CCIM, REME Award Committee Chair, Capital Growth Properties, AMO, San Diego. "The pool of submittals demonstrated innovation and great contributions and advancements to the real estate management profession and the industry, and the finalists stood out as truly exceptional."

Being named as a finalist in this prestigious competition confers new levels of credibility and acclaim demonstrating a reputation of excellence by the individual practitioners and real estate management companies.

"A REME Award on display in your office tells anyone who walks in the door clients, tenants, residents, colleagues that you or your company have achieved something extraordinary," said Michael T. Lanning, CPM, IREM Secretary/ Treasurer, DTZ, AMO, Kansas City, Missouri. "It's a conversation starter and a door opener to unlock new business opportunities. Congratulations to these worthy finalists."

2015 IREM REME AWARD FINALISTS

CORPORATE CATEGORIES: Recognizing Real Estate Management Companies

LEADERSHIP CATEGORY FINALISTS Outstanding and innovative leadership that transformed the corporation as a whole, a team or a program related to leadership development, succession planning, workforce development, employee engagement, employee onboarding, or engagement of newcomers to the industry.

Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors

Salt Lake City, Utah

Their Asset Services division developed and executed a successful strategy retreat to build teamwork, increase productivity and efficiency, pinpoint challenges, set priorities and provide direction for growth.

DDG Property Management

New York, New York

Their ThreeSixty Leadership program creates leadership opportunities for property management professionals through experiences that broaden their knowledge base, enhance skills, encourage personal growth and spark interest in the industry.

Porco Consulting

Madison, Wisconsin

Their Client Centered Management (CCM) model was developed to address the need for both community and individual development through programs such as Community Learning Centers that focus on education and employment for low-income communities.

WORK PLACE ENVIRONMENT CATEGORY FINALISTS

Innovative corporate business practices in the work place/work environment for programs related to sustainability, corporate culture, technology or marketing.

Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors, AMO8

Salt Lake City, Utah

A bonus and incentive program for property managers as an employee retention strategy. …

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