Real Property Management Wins Several Major Awards

Jan 31, 2012

Real Property Management has cleaned house, winning several major national awards and earning high marks on a number of key industry lists.

“We are honored to be recognized for our experience, growth and innovation”

Real Property Management provides full-service residential property management for investors and homeowners across North America. The company’s custom technology platform provides efficient, centralized management of thousands of homes and multi-family dwellings through highly trained local teams. Awards and recognitions were given for company growth, innovation, technology and services provided in the rental management industry.

Accolades include:

Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500®. Rank: 159th
Entrepreneur Magazine’s Fastest-Growing. Rank: 57th
Entrepreneur Magazine’s Low-Cost. Rank: 24th
Entrepreneur Magazine’s America’s Top Global. Rank: 128th
Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing Companies
National Minority Franchising Initiative’s Top 50 Franchises for Minorities
Personal Real Estate Investor Magazine’s Opinion Makers and Market Leaders

“We are honored to be recognized for our experience, growth and innovation,” said Kirk McGary, founder and CEO of Real Property Management. “With several recent studies showing a decrease in home ownership, we’ve seen steady growth in demand for a more professional, reliable property management system reflecting that change in the housing market.”

A recent study by industry expert Michael Levy confirms this, stating that a major trend in property management for the foreseeable future is the increased need for the management of foreclosed properties that are being rented. Real Property Management’s technology makes it easy for investment groups and landlords to do this more efficiently and professionally.

“In addition to reduced vacancies and costs, we offer a more professional, reliable option in what has been a difficult industry rife with unlicensed and unqualified property mangers,” said McGary. “Last year, more than $1 billion in tenant security deposits were illegally kept by disreputable landlords. Our rigorous staff training and online reporting platform offers transparency, compliance and a higher standard of service.”