Regional Property Manager Resume
|Desired Industry: Property Management
|Desired Job Location: Cleveland, Ohio
||Date Posted: 9/13/2018
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 09/15/2018
|Desired Wage: 85000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: No
REGIONAL MANAGER, PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Results driven professional with comprehensive achievements in both for-profit and not-for-profit operations. Strategic thinker able to leverage business acumen across diverse cultures. Guided teams from multiple disciplines to collaborate and achieve aggressive goals driving the evolution of those results into practical doable, goals and tasks.
Vesta Management Corporation March 2017 to August 2018
Title: Area Property Manager
484 unit of layered project-based Section 8 and LIHTC family housing
Highly challenged property in Inner City. Directly supervised 20 staff. Responsible for all phases of operation
Managed REAC and OHFA physical inspections, guiding teams to successful outcomes
Successfully re-housed 30 families within ten days after devasting $4 million fire
Site supervision of $5 million Mark to Market Energy Efficiency Rehab of property
Millennia Housing Management, LTD November 2016 to March 2017
Title: Regional Manager
800 units of mixed project-based Section 8 and LIHTC senior and family housing.
Directly supervised 8 Property Managers who supervised 2-4 staff for a total of 30 staff. Responsible for all phases of management
Coached staff to successful REAC, MOR and OHFA inspections
Supervised multiple million-dollar renovations to multiple properties.
Bid and negotiated contracts
The Finch Group May 2013 to November 2016
Title: Regional Manager
968 units with funding layer with project based Section 8 and LIHTC. Directly supervised 3 Property Managers who in turn supervised 25 staff. Responsible for all phases of management of these units. Some highlights of accomplishments by my teams
Minimum of 97% occupancy since November 2013 across all 968 units.
Improved collection of tenant and subsidy receivables.
Analyzed and approved all financial reports, budgets, purchase orders, invoices, rent adjustments, payroll
Decreased the use of subcontractors in unit turns. and decreased the make ready time frame for vacant units.
Union Miles Development Corporation September 2012 to May 2013
Title: Property Manager
Managed 250 units of single family LIHTC financed housing.
Resurrected 15 units of housing that had been stripped of all mechanicals, made them habitable for housing deserving families.
Fifty homes were in violation of City Housing Code and had active cases in Housing Court. Improved maintenance to bring into compliance.
Assisted members of service area living in their own homes to utilize programs to weatherize and make improvements to their homes, improving the quality of the housing stock in the Community
PIRHL, (Partnership for Income Restricted Housing Leadership) June 2011 to August 2012
Title: Asset Manager
Worked with partners from non-profit, property management companies, state housing finance agencies and syndicators from tax credit award through fifteen year compliance period.
Engaged partners in budget planning to keep deals solvent through compliance period.
Negotiated contracts with Property Management firms coordinating interactions between partners
Removed budgetary obstacles by guiding partners to apply for real estate tax abatement/reductions and multi-year service contracts resulting in deals becoming solvent three to six months sooner.
Created analysis tools to compare budgets on a per unit cost analysis resulting in apple to apple comparisons.
Slavic Village Development Corporation November 2000 to June 2011
Title: Operations Officer for Asset Management and Program Development
Lead teams who serviced area residents by providing
o Leasing coordination for 400+ single family homes of Low Income Housing Tax Credit homes as subcontractor for Cleveland Housing Network
o Application intake for the Heating Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
o Access to federal program dollars for free home weatherization services, free exterior paint and for their economic benefit and Housing Code compliance.
o Processed applications for Water Affordability and Homestead Property Tax Exemption
Contracted with independent contractors to perform energy audits for Housewarming/Weatherization and electricity conservation.
Recruited, trained and retained gifted staff by writing grants for training and program dollars resulting in negligible employee turnover.
Generate new fee for service income of more than $50,000 per year by selling in house teams skills and services to other non-profits and private owners as they chose to outsource tasks.
Networked in social service non-profit community to bring resource to residents. Some examples, job training, employment opportunities, housing assistance, day care resources and free tax preparation. (Over ten years the free tax preparation made it possible for area residents to receive $500,000 in earned income tax credits.)
Saved $40,000 in operating dollars by utilizing Court Community Service workers to remodel office spaces, rework electrical, assist elderly resident with home repairs and maintenance as well as routine clerical tasks.
CDBG and other funding proposal writing, contracting and reporting
Cleveland State University, BA in Communications
Currently President of Board of Trustees of Slavic Village Development. Member of Governance Committee. Joined board in 2014.
Currently Vice President of the Board of Trustees of Greater Cleveland Community Shares (Shares). Also Chair of Governance Committee. First became involved in 2001.
Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS)
Housing Credit Certified Professional (HCCP)
Available upon request.
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