Pleasantville, NJ, August 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Community Realty Management (CRM), a full-service real estate management organization, announced today the promotion of Monique Strickland, ARM®, of Egg Harbor Township, NJ to the position of Director of Occupancy and Compliance. In this role, Strickland will be responsible for supervision of all activity relating to fair housing issues and training, occupancy and marketing strategy, including Low Income Housing Tax Credit regulatory compliance management, training and monitoring. She will be directly responsible for the supervision of the Occupancy Department.
In addition, Strickland will also be managing and directing all Housing and Urban Development (HUD), State Housing Finance Agency and company policy and procedures compliance, as well as, supervision of all employee training programs.
“Throughout her career with Community Realty Management, Monique has consistently demonstrated expertise of property management and dedication to the organization,” states Michael Simmons, president of CRM. “This appointment is both recognition of her hard work, as well as an opportunity for her to continue supporting the interests of our clients, residents, local communities and members of the CRM team.”
Prior to this appointment, Strickland worked as an executive property manager at CRM and was responsible for managing over 1,180 individual units, including properties within the Section 8, 236, 202, LIHTC, HUD, and RAP programs, as well as condominium communities. Strickland was also charged with staff development and supervision, budget preparations, development of property and operating plans, rent increase recommendations, applicant screening and lease enforcement.
Strickland received an Economics degree from Kean University and holds a New Jersey Real Estate Sales License. In addition, she is an Accredited Residential Manager (ARM®) through the Institute of Real Estate Management and received her Tax Credit Certification from Quadel Consulting.
“I am thrilled to begin the next chapter of my career with Community Realty Management,” says Strickland. “CRM makes every effort to foster the growth of employees who are dedicated to providing personal and professional management services to its client base.”
About Community Realty Management
Established in 1974, Community Realty Management (CRM) is a full-service real estate management organization, managing apartment properties, homeowner associations, single family residences, and office buildings, and specializing in the management and compliance of affordable housing properties. CRM operates in New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Indiana, New York, Missouri and the U.S. Virgin Islands. For more information visit, www.communityrealtymanagement.com.