WPM manages nearly 25,000 homes in the Mid-Atlantic region, so there’s always exciting news to report about our people and properties.
BALTIMORE, MD (10/17/2017) — WPM Real Estate Management was named 2017 Property Management Company of the Year by the Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA) at the Star Awards event on October 12, 2017. In addition to receiving the region’s top honor, WPM was highlighted multiple times throughout the evening. Seven individual WPM-managed communities received awards and recognition, and three WPM employees were honored for their outstanding professionalism and commitment to excellence.
WPM earned the following 2017 MMHA Star Awards:
1st Place Property Management Company of the Year—WPM Real Estate Management
Gold Medal Service Supervisor—Wayne Carter, Wabash Manor
Silver Medal Service Supervisor—Victor Dantzler, The Charles & Blackstone
Bronze Medal Site Technician—Terrie Gross, Rosedale Gardens
Garden Communities $1015 and below:
Gold Medal— Wabash Manor
Bronze Medal— Boston Crossing
Garden Communities $1376 and above
Gold Medal— Riverside Apartments
Elevator Communities $1460 and below:
Gold Medal— 520 Park
Silver Medal— Hopkins House
Bronze Medal— The Village of Carrollwood
Star Certified Communities— Dunlea Apartments
Leonard Frenkil Jr., President of Multifamily Real Estate at WPM said, “This award recognizes our team’s exceptional care and commitment to the communities and residents we serve. From leasing professionals and community managers to those providing maintenance and support services, our associates’ professionalism, hard work, and dedication are the reasons that our communities thrive.”
“We are honored to be recognized by our industry,” notes WPM Chairman, Mark Caplan. “We take seriously our mission to improve the lives of more than 36,000 residents in our region by providing excellent, proactive and experienced property management services. This award acknowledges our commitment.”
About the MMHA Star Awards
Awarded annually since 1997, the MMHA Star Awards recognize and honor members who exhibit the most outstanding and innovative properties and professionals in the Maryland multi-housing industry. Nominations are accepted from among the organization’s more than 200 associate members and nominees are judged by a committee of third-party professionals, not affiliated with any of the management companies.
About WPM Real Estate Management
WPM Real Estate Management is an Accredited Management Organization® (AMO®) that provides property management for over 19,000 homes and 36,000 people in the Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area and Southern Pennsylvania. While historically, the company’s primary focus has been and reputation was made managing residential: multifamily, condominium, senior housing, student housing, and homeowner association communities, for a number of years now WPM has also grown its portfolio of commercial, industrial, and retail properties. WPM has been recognized as one of Baltimore’s Top Workplaces by The Baltimore Sun for the last 5 years. The company employs more than 500 employees, with 80 at the corporate office and more than 400 on location.
For more information about WPM Real Estate Management, visit the WPM website at www.wpmllc.com.
The firm’s nearly 500 Associates also give back to the greater regional community. This year, WPM Associates participated in a number of initiatives, including the refresh of Exeter Gardens, located in the Jonestown neighborhood of Baltimore. Additional service events included participation in a school supply drive, a food drive, an Alzheimer’s walk, and a Toys for Tots holiday toy drive.
“I’m proud to work for a company built on the core values of integrity, strength, energy, and excellence,” says WPM Vice President and Director of Business Development Jim Dahlgren. “Our success is a direct result of our Associates, who live out these values every day. They work hard to positively impact the lives of more than 36,000 people. We understand that we are entrusted to manage people’s homes and do everything in our power to earn and keep that trust. The reward for our work is seeing each community thrive as a result. Our people plus a fulfilling mission make WPM a great place to work.”