Chicago, IL, May 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Marquette Management Launches Lease Release Program for Apartment Renters Concerned About Future Job Loss.
Marquette Management, Inc, of Romeoville, IL, has announced their Lease Release Program - allowing apartment residents to easily break their lease in the case of a job loss.
“With today's economic environment, signing even a one year lease can be stressful for the average person or family,” said John Eifler, Vice President, “they just don't know how secure their income will be and that makes things difficult to budget for. We wanted to do everything we could to offer maximum flexibility to our residents if the worst were to happen and they needed to relocate after a job loss.”
Marquette's Lease Release Program allows a resident to void their lease within 30 days of being laid off at their job - offering both flexibility and peace of mind to the growing number of people looking for apartments to rent. More information on Lease Release can be found by calling Mary Herrold at 630.546.7832 or at www.marquettemanagment.com
Marquette Management, Inc. (MMI) is a full-service property management company that was formed in 1983 that owns, manages, and operates over 8,000 apartment units in five different states, with well located, clean, apartments in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and Texas. The partners of MMI are Rick Harb, Nick Ryan and Bruno Bottarelli. They pride themselves on MMI’s legendary customer service usually found only in five star hotels. Notable programs such as the Lease Release, Smart Rent
and Community Life
Programs are the most recent additions to the services offered. Marquette is committed to reinventing itself and remaining relevant to today’s apartment renter. This unique approach has resulted in a successful company known nationally for its creativity, marketing innovation and for its numerous industry awards. To date the company has won 63 National and local industry awards and have been awarded the Pat Summerall Champions of Industry Award, which was presented to Marquette Management, Inc. in 2004.
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