IREM is an international force of 20,000 individuals united to advance the profession of real estate management. Through training, professional development, and collaboration, IREM supports our members and others in the industry through every stage of their career. We add value to our members, who in turn add value to their teams, their workplaces, and the properties in their commercial and residential portfolios. Our memberships empower college students, young professionals, and industry veterans and exist with one goal in mind – to make a difference in the careers of those who manage.
Diversity is essential to all real estate organizations and is simply good business—and that includes not just racial and ethnic diversity, but diversity based on gender and sexual orientation as well.
The nature of work is changing, and that's not just a tech thing. One expert on the subject believes that those managers who don't recognize the changes taking place around them are traveling a road to irrelevance.
“When a shopper gets into the car, they need to think of our shopping center first.” That's a strategy worked best at Federal Realty by a close union of asset and property managers, says Federal's Bryan Furze.
The need for leadership development has never been more prevalent than it is today, and companies need to embrace diversity as a business imperative. That's the message of one timely session at IREM's upcoming Global Summit.
How does a property management company succeed? IREM past president Joe Greenblatt, CPM, provides answers about the modern definition of leadership—which extend far beyond the realm of property management.
Making young people or those in other careers aware of the value and stability of property management—and providing the proper education to ready them—are key in drawing in future candidates, IREM's Blaire Hoffman tells GlobeSt.com.
By staying informed on this technology, property managers can bring ideal applications into their organization that will increase their own contributions as well as the revenue and efficiency of their organizations, Yardi's Matt Eggers tells GlobeSt.com.
From IoT to artificial intelligence, property managers need to be tapped into the latest technologies in order to extract more value for owners and perform more efficiently, Megafincas' Pepe Guitierrez tells GlobeSt.com in this IREM Global Summit preview.
Being aware of the challenges, opportunities and pitfalls in affordable-housing property management is the key to profitability and success, NAR's Megan Booth tells GlobeSt.com in this IREM Global Summit preview.
There's a right way and a wrong way for property managers to develop a relationship with tenants through social-media content. Eric Brey, PhD, discusses both and tells GlobeSt.com why this is important to commercial real estate in this IREM Global Summit preview.
The fracking, or sharing economy, conversation is powerful because it looks at how to unlock the value in all the underutilized or dark time in real estate, MIT's Steve Weikal tells GlobeSt.com in this IREM Global Summit preview.
IREM's Income/Expense Analysis program allows owners and property managers to have data at their fingertips that can serve as a benchmark against which to compare their own operating experience, Vera McPherson and Nick Harris tell GlobeSt.com.
ATLANTA—In addition to helping Baby Boomers pass the torch to Millennials, leadership training creates independent thinkers who look beyond short-term goals toward more lasting outcomes, IREM's Debbie Phillips tells GlobeSt.com.
SAN DIEGO—From class-A service to a focus on tenants and their wellness, REME winners strive for excellence. GlobeSt.com spoke EXCLUSIVELY with this year's winners to find out their secrets to success.
SAN DIEGO—Positive language that recognizes and appreciates employees can turn a company's culture around and lead it to success, no matter what its size, ARM's Kathy Harmon tells attendees at IREM's Fall Conference here.
SAN DIEGO—Remaining an employer of choice for CRE talent requires focusing on flexibility, a strong positive culture and the human touch in all areas of the organization, panelists say during the IREM Fall Conference Industry Leaders Luncheon here.
SAN DIEGO—Experience is just one of the most important factors when selecting a property manager, particularly experience that is asset-type and market specific, C&W's Mike Lanning tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE IREM Fall Conference preview.
IREM is an international force of 20,000 individuals united to advance the profession of real estate management. Through training, professional development, and collaboration, IREM supports our members and others in the industry through every stage of their career. We believe in our people, and we provide the tools they need to succeed. We open doors, we forge connections, and we help show the way forward. Backed by the power that comes with being an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS®, we add value to our members, who in turn add value to their teams, their workplaces, and the properties in their commercial and residential portfolios. Our memberships empower college students, young professionals, and industry veterans who are committed to career advancement. Earning our credentials, including the CPM®, ARM®, ACoM, and AMO®, demonstrates a commitment to, and passion for, good management. These credentials, along with our courses and array of resources, all exist with one goal in mind – to make a difference in the careers of those who manage. To learn more about IREM, visit www.IREM.org.
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