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22
May 17

Weidner and CORT Oklahoma Food Drive 2017

Video Transcription:

Michael Brose – CEO Mental Health Association of Oklahoma

We are going to do some amazing things here. On behalf of the organization & the people we serve I just want to thank you all so much.

We have been in business since 1991 helping people who have been homeless, living on the street, & living in shelters. We’ve been meeting with people who need affordable housing. We have 25 different apartment buildings in 20 different neighborhoods in Oklahoma communities. This particular property you are in is called Yale Apartments. If you remember a few years ago the downtown YMCA closed, about 140 people lived in that facility. Those 140 people were facing homelessness and some of our friends went out and helped raise money, we also got some money from the state & we built Yale Apartments. There are 76 apartment units here & a lot of people have lived here who at one-time were on the streets, but now they have their own home.

We try to help people with physical healthcare, mental healthcare, and dental health. One of our new initiatives is to help people get the dental care that they desperately need to help them become self-sustainable. A lot of the people here are very very low to no income & this food right here will make all the difference in the world for them in terms of what they are doing. On behalf of the organization I just want to thank you all soo much.

The Oklahoma Weidner Team would also like to thank our valued residents & vendor partners who made this gift possible

 

 

 

11
May 17

More Ritz Classic Apartment Homes sign raising

Posted by Greg Cerbana on Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Video transcription:

alright friends, we are sitting here in Salt Lake City. The site of Weidner Apartment Homes newest development called Ritz Classic Apartment Homes. We are getting ready to put that sign up. Pretty cool. 289 apartment homes going to go in here & that sign is close to 60 years old, just been refurbished & we are getting ready to put that thing up. It will take a few hours & we will check back in later.

 

Posted by Greg Cerbana on Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Video transcription:

Well here you go friends, the Ritz Classic sign! We are getting ready to put it back in place in the basket truck. This thing is amazingly tall.

The sign is going in right now, it’ll be probably till next year before we have this property broken ground and we get our first apartment. We wanted to start getting some awareness here on state street, it is generally pretty heavily traveled. We thought the sign would help us get a little exposure. Can’t wait to take some shots at nighttime to see the LEDs. Don’t know if you can see it, but outlining the bowling pin is red LEDs and the inside where it says classic are yellow LEDs.

 

Do you have a multi-family investment opportunity you think we might be interested in? Please contact our Vice President of Acquisitions, Kevin Colard, at Kevin@Weidner.com or 425-250-2955

 

 

 

10
May 17

Raising the refurbished Ritz Classic Apartment Homes sign

Posted by Greg Cerbana on Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Video transcription:

Greg: Alright guys this is kinda cool. As I said I am here in South Salt Lake. It is a beautiful day, as you can see. I am here for the raising of the classic sign of the Ritz Classic Apartment Homes that Weidner is building and I have Joel with me. Joel is with YESCO, YESCO is the sign company & he is going to talk with us a bit about this cool sign. Tell me what is going on and what we are doing today?

Joel: Alright, we got the historic bowling pin that has been up since 1958 and it represents a bowling alley that everybody took their kids to, that youth groups came to when they were young & bowling and skating; everybody remembers it, it is very nostalgic for the community. When the bowling alley went away and Weidner purchased the property to build on, the community, especially the city, wanted the sign to stay and it is staying. We took a long look at the sign & did an in-depth survey and determined that the sign would not be strong enough to leave up. Once we started taking off the rusted elements around the sign it was no longer structurally sound, so it needed to be rebuilt. We took the original design and we made it new, we gave it fresh colors, and we are putting it back up.

Greg: Right on, so it was built in 1958, that thing has seen some weather! The refurbished sign has some elements of the original sign, but it has some new components as well, right?

Joel: Yes, absolutely. The things that remained are the pipe in the ground and letter boxes. The pipe that you see here at this base is a bigger pipe that is sleeved over the original pipe, it is welded off to the original and then we’ve added a number of rods which extend into the concrete footing; all of that was engineered & all of the base is original to the old sign. The red cabinets that you see, just the outline of the cabinets, have been on the sign for about 20 years. The boxes were still in good condition so we reused them, but we put new faces on them, new copy, new letters, and new LEDs. The original sign had a lot of neon on it & we wanted to maintain that look. Instead of using neon which uses a lot of power, has maintenance issues, and tends to go out every year or so when it gets cold, we went with LEDs instead. The LEDs have a contoured tube around them to make them look like neon, but they are LEDs and much more efficient.

Greg: Right on, so we are putting this back up. Is it going to take the guys a few days to finish it out?

Joel: Yeah, we want to set the crane free today, so they are going to weld if off and make it structurally sound. We will weld off the pin itself to the base, then we can take away the crane, and then we will work on adding the architectural elements.

Greg: Alright right, we are excited to have YESCO as a partner! This is going to be a really cool way to signify an apartment community that will be right behind here. We are going to be putting up 287 apartment homes soon, thanks you guys for helping us do that. That’s it for now, we look forward to putting this thing up and we will get more pictures and renderings up as soon as we can. Alright, take care.

 

Do you have a multi-family investment opportunity you think we might be interested in? Please contact our Vice President of Acquisitions, Kevin Colard, at Kevin@Weidner.com or 425-250-2955

 

 

 

9
May 17

Ritz Classic Apartment Homes: Where Iconic Meets Luxury

Ritz Classic Apartment Homes

Nothing says welcome home like a robust, 3-story bowling pin sign that is as iconic as it is charming. Weidner Apartment Homes is proud to present Ritz Classic Apartment Homes, a 287-unit community scheduled for lease-up in 2018.

The 4.11-acre parcel sits adjacent to the Utah Transit Authority’s S Line, carrying streetcar passengers east and west along 2250 South to and from Sugar House. Easy access to public transportation, along with Weidner’s strong reputation for creating high-quality apartment communities makes the new Ritz Classic Apartment Homes the ideal place to call home.

The Ritz Classic’s vintage sign is labeled as “iconic” in the city’s rezoning ordinance and holds fond memories for long-time residents since its opening in the 1950’s. One blog post stated, “several generations of bowlers within the community have gathered at the Classic Bowling Alley to play a game or two of pool in the billiard room and of course, to bowl. About twenty years ago, many from the community also gathered at the Classic Bowling Alley to skate at the indoor rink. Many of the senior bowlers have been bowling at this alley their whole life.”

Weidner is happy to carry on the festive spirit at Ritz Classic Apartment Homes with amenities designed to cater to their resident’s needs for comfort, convenience, style and a sense of community. “Weidner’s goal is to combine the nostalgia of the old days, while creating new memories and experiences for the next generation of apartment community dwellers.” said Jack O’Connor, Weidner Apartment Homes Chief Operating Officer.

Weidner Apartment Homes offers quality homes for rent throughout Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Washington, and across Canada in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.

Look for our grand opening in 2018 and come experience the iconic luxury of Ritz Classic Apartment Homes in Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

Do you have a multi-family investment opportunity you think we might be interested in? Please contact our Vice President of Acquisitions, Kevin Colard, at Kevin@Weidner.com or 425-250-2955

 

 

 

4
May 17

Weidner and CORT Partner in Food Drive

Weidner Oklahoma Food Drive

Weidner Apartment Homes and CORT Furniture are collaborating on a food drive to benefit Mental Health Association Oaklahoma. MHAOK is “an advocacy voice representing people impacted by mental illness and homelessness in communities throughout Oklahoma.” MHAOK focuses on housing, education, advocacy, support, recovery, youth, and service. “Our programs work because of the professional staff and the numerous caring and dedicated volunteers who provide insight and support to those seeking assistance. Every day we work to build and improve the lives of the people we serve, so that they may be one day closer to victory over mental illness.”

Participating properties will be accepting food donations through May 10th. Some of the desired donations are:

Peanut Butter / Chili / Soups / Canned Tuna & Chicken / Canned Veggies and Fruit  / Bags of Rice or Beans  / Canned Tomatoes / Any kind of pasta / Pasta Sauce / Cereal / Condiments / Cheese or Peanut Butter Crackers / Applesauce / Fruit Cups / Granola Bars / Cereal Bars / Ramen Noodles / Trail Mix / Tomato Juice / Fruit Snacks / Dried Fruits / Packaged Nuts / Beef Jerky / Macaroni and Cheese / Pretzels or Goldfish / Crackers / Oatmeal / Pop Tarts / Zip Lock Bags / Cat & Dog Food, Too!

*Best if canned items have pull tabs

Donations will go directly to individuals and families impacted by mental illness and homelessness who have moved off the streets and into one of the Association’s 1,500 units of housing across Tulsa.

Donations can be made at the following participating properties:

Residents who donate 3 or more items to the food drive will be entered in to a drawing to receive $100 off their rent. New residents whose rental applications have been approved can also participate to receive $100 off their move-in deposits.

Thank you to all those who volunteer, contribute, and help in any way possible to this important cause.

What matters to you, matters to us.

-The Weidner Team

 

 

 

3
May 17

Vladimir Usash Receives the Weidner Lifetime Achievement Award

Lifetime Achievement Award

In recognition for 18 years of exemplary service, Weidner Apartment Homes awarded Vladimir the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Vladimir began his career with Weidner at Soundview as the Maintenance Supervisor. Hard work and attention to detail led to a new position as Service Manager at Island Park, which he excelled at for several years. Residents and fellow teammates came to rely on Vladimir for his dedication and expertise, resulting in his being chosen to lead the transition of Waterbury Park in 2007. The management transition at Waterbury Park was flawless due to Vladimir’s great attitude, positive energy, and gracious approach.

Hearing from a few people that an individual excels in their position is always impressive and well-received. Hearing it from every Community Director, Area Director and Regional Director who’ve had the opportunity to work with Vladimir is spectacular. All who have worked with Vladimir share the same high opinion of his work ethic, humility, and personal integrity.

Vladimir is also the recipient of numerous awards since 2004, including “Above and Beyond,”  “Consistent Customer Service Satisfaction,” and the “All Over It” award.

The Lifetime Achievement Award is a culmination of those accomplishments, and is a testament to the personal attention and commitment Vladimir has to Weidner Apartment Homes, the residents, and his coworkers.

The Weidner team would like to congratulate Vladimir on his incredible contribution over the past 18 years! Bravo, Vladimir!

 

-The Weidner Team

 

 

 

28
Apr 17

The Weidner Cares Team in Arizona

Weidner Cares

The Weidner Cares team recently set their sights on Arizona with great success!

Tucson

In Tucson, we partnered with the Primavera Foundation, whose goal is to “provide pathways out of poverty through safe, affordable housing, workforce development, and neighborhood revitalization.” Primavera helps ensure that every individual living in the Tucson area is provided basic human rights, livable income and safe, affordable housing. The Weidner Cares team helped out in the family shelter, which was built nearly 100 years ago. Families that reside in the shelter can stay up to 90 days at no cost to them while they regroup and get back on their feet. Men, women, children and pets stay in the shelter, and it was in dire need of a little tender loving care. The Weidner Cares team cleaned and painted the exterior units and helped to clean out the playground area, paint, and install new lighting in outdoor areas. Now the shelter is 6 months ahead of the maintenance schedule! To add to the festivities, we were privileged to celebrate Rob Hyden’s birthday, our Regional Maintenance Director in AZ. Thank you for an inspirational day, Primavera!

Phoenix East

In our East Phoenix region, we partnered with UMOM New Day Centers. UMOM relies on volunteerism “to prevent and end homelessness with innovative strategies and housing solutions that meet the unique needs of each family and individual.” With a group of just over 120 volunteers, the Weidner Cares team were able to cover a large area and assist with projects both big and small. The team sorted through clothing donations, dug out and built up new cement paths on their playground, and also helped with administrative tasks. Weidner Cares also painted a large lobby and common area at the entrance to their Wellness Center, in addition to all of the doors at the facility. UMOM offers free daycare to all of the families living in their shelters, so we also had a group helping to look after of some of the infants and toddlers throughout the day. The Weidner team put their gardening skills to use and weeded and cleared out the community garden and prepped it for a new batch of crops. UMOM also offers an onsite café where they train the residents living in their shelter how to work in a restaurant environment. Weider was able to hire them to cater lunches for both of our Phoenix events as an additional level of support towards their organization! Thanks for all you do, UMOM!

Phoenix West

Lastly, we partnered with StreetlightUSA, located in Gilbert, AZ. StreetlightUSA specializes in the care and healing of victims of child sex trafficking and sexual trauma throughout the United States. Their mission is to transition adolescent girls “from trauma to triumph” through awareness, prevention, and direct care. The Weidner Cares team spent most of the day repainting and repairing three small houses, or “casitas,” they currently use to house girls between the ages of 12 and 18. We also repainted the living rooms, bedrooms, offices, and bathrooms of each of the houses so the girls could get a sense of a new beginning in the updated environment. The team also worked on the curb appeal, clearing tumbleweeds, picking up garbage, and repainting fences and parking lots. Thank you for your dedication and service, StreetlightUSA!

The Weidner Cares team in Arizona was so pleased to have the opportunity to contribute time, effort and determination to help make a difference in these communities and give back to these amazing organizations.

What matters to you, matters to us!

-The Weidner Team

24
Apr 17

The Weidner Awards: Celebrating Our Own

Weidner Awards

At Weidner, our success formula isn’t a secret. We know why we’re successful and we are excited to share the formula: we employ stellar, dedicated people who deliver exemplary service to our residents and support each other as teammates. These are the people who built the Weidner name into what it is today and we are pleased to honor them at the Annual W Awards. These awards reinforce the Weidner belief that what we value most is our people. Categories range from excellence in leasing and customer service to curb appeal and financial performance, and everything in between.

While there are several classes of awards to celebrate, today we’d like to give special mention to three: the Plaque, Crystal, and Trophy Awards.

The Winners by region are:

Arizona

Plaque Awards

  1. Sonoma Landing – 100% Audit
  2. Skyline Lofts – 100% Audit
  3. Daniel Acuna – Service with a Smile – Service
  4. Robert Valdez – Service with a Smile – Office
  5. Monique Ambush – Apprentice
  6. Mike Sagasta – Above & Beyond – Service
  7. Stephanie Longie – Above & Beyond – Office
  8. Pala Mesa – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. Motif – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Danielle Brown – Weidner Rookie
  3. Donny Pouncey – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Service
  4. Derek Minor – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Office
  5. Cindy Ordaz – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Brittany White – Leasing Superstar – Under 300 Units
  2. Aidee Ramirez – Leasing Superstar – Over 300 Units
  3. Pala Mesa – Economic Occupancy
  4. Visions Serenity – Lowest Delinquency – Under 300 Units
  5. Skyline Lofts – Lowest Delinquency – Over 300 Units
  6. Dobson Towne Centre – Exceptional Customer Service – Under 300 Units
  7. Skyline Lofts – Exceptional Customer Service – Over 300 Units
  8. Sonoma Landing – Fantastic 4
  9. Mirador – Excellent Financial Performance

Texas

Plaque Awards

  1. Enrique Martinez – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Marivel Reyes – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Isaac Sotelo – Apprentice
  4. Freddie Booher – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. Brek Paz – Above & Beyond – Office
  6. Andalucia Villas – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. Michael Curtis – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Marlon Angel Medina – Weidner Rookie
  3. Fred Cardile – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Service
  4. Alicia Allen – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Office
  5. Lonny Allen – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Jesslyn Davis – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Erica Sanchez – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units
  3. Lexington Court – Economic Occupancy
  4. Lexington Court – Lowest Delinquency – Under 150 Units
  5. Le Mirage – Lowest Delinquency – Over 150 Units
  6. Mission Green – Exceptional Customer Service – Under 150 Units
  7. Trinity Place – Exceptional Customer Service – Over 150 Units
  8. The Palms at Briarwood – Fantastic 4
  9. Lexington Court – Excellent Financial Performance

Minnesota

Plaque Awards

  1. Roger Kamara – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Tom Jerue – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Walker Smith – Apprentice
  4. Ed Erickson – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. Brandon Ross – Above & Beyond – Office
  6. The Covington – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. Heritage Park – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Matt Kikta – Weidner Rookie
  3. Mike Cervenka – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Service
  4. Jessica Milkes – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Office
  5. Cindy Stattine – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Dori Bulthuis – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Mary Kay Nelson – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units
  3. Lofts at Farmers Market – Economic Occupancy
  4. Siena – Lowest Delinquency – Under 150 Units
  5. Stoneleigh at the Reserve – Lowest Delinquency – Over 150 Units
  6. Siena – Exceptional Customer Service – Under 150 Units
  7. Covington – Exceptional Customer Service – Over 150 Units
  8. Siena – Fantastic 4
  9. The Residence at the COR – Excellent Financial Performance

Alaska

Plaque Awards

  1. Noel Saliva – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Ka Thao – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Malachi Swagerty – Apprentice
  4. Bob Maier – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. Andy Elliott – Above & Beyond – Office
  6. Four Seasons – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. Donovan Herring – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Rachael Kosal – Weidner Rookie
  3. Admirals Cove – Give ‘Em the Pickle
  4. Rey Nelvis – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Amber Silletti – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Andy Elliott – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  3. Jamie Atwood – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units
  4. La Maisonnette – Economic Occupancy
  5. City View – Lowest Delinquency – Under 150 Units
  6. Highlands – Lowest Delinquency – Over 150 Units
  7. Alaskan – Exceptional Customer Service – Under 150 Units
  8. La Maisonnette – Exceptional Customer Service – Under 150 Units
  9. Village at Calais – Exceptional Customer Service – Over 150 Units
  10. Strawberry Lane – Fantastic 4
  11. La Maisonnette – Excellent Financial Performance

California

Plaque Awards

  1. Joaquin Serrano – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Reyna Perez-Serrano – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Breeanna Lobo – Apprentice
  4. Chris Monteil – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. Mandy Urfer – Above & Beyond – Office

Crystal Awards

  1. Carlos Munoz – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Kate Grady – Weidner Rookie
  3. Lorraine Jasso – Give ‘Em the Pickle
  4. Mauricio Hernandez – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Alyssa Madrigal – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Rosemary Anderson – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units

Colorado

Plaque Awards

  1. Ramzy Cobblah – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Bridgette Allen – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Logan Wyant – Apprentice
  4. Marckes Miller – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. Aubrey Bury – Above & Beyond – Office
  6. Camelback Pointe – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. Rusty Simpson – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Chelsea Cook – Weidner Rookie
  3. Ken Sluis – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Service
  4. Thomas Miller – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Office
  5. Tina Gonzales – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Shana Hendrickson – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Jesus Valenzuela – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units
  3. Austin Park – Economic Occupancy
  4. Austin Park – Lowest Delinquency – Under 150 Units
  5. Camelback Pointe – Lowest Delinquency – Over 150 Units
  6. Bristol Square – Exceptional Customer Service
  7. Austin Park – Fantastic 4
  8. Austin Park – Excellent Financial Performance

Washington

Plaque Awards

  1. Andrei Makouski – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Jeni Spivey – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Lexy Joseph – Apprentice
  4. Siarhei Lavor – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. LeAnna Bell – Above & Beyond – Office
  6. Legends at River Oaks – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. The Cove – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Emmett Higgins – Weidner Rookie
  3. Sergey Krivtsov – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Service
  4. Shannon Howley – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Office
  5. Barb Wehrer – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Amanda Burt – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Anna Gerashenko – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units
  3. Glennbrook – Economic Occupancy
  4. Ondine at Juanita Bay – Lowest Delinquency – Under 150 Units
  5. Adagio – Lowest Delinquency – Over 150 Units
  6. Glennbrook – Exceptional Customer Service – Under 150 Units
  7. The Vintage – Exceptional Customer Service – Over 150 Units
  8. Lake Park – Fantastic 4
  9. Glennbrook – Excellent Financial Performance

Canada West

Plaque Awards

  1. Daniel Zelenka – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Tania Brockelhurst – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Francesca Adams – Apprentice
  4. Marty Federele – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. Brittany Underwood – Above & Beyond – Office
  6. Park Place South – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. Darryll Scott – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Fiona Yang – Weidner Rookie
  3. JR Bendekovics – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Service
  4. Glory Tornack – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Office
  5. Maria Ginter – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Brittany Underwood – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Juvelle Pineda – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units
  3. Westhaven Estates – Economic Occupancy
  4. Carrington Place – Lowest Delinquency – Under 150 Units
  5. Ranchlands – Lowest Delinquency – Over 150 Units
  6. Birch Terrace – Exceptional Customer Service – Under 150 Units
  7. The Pointe at Applewood – Exceptional Customer Service – Over 150 Units
  8. Westhaven Estates – Excellent Financial Performance

Canada East

Plaque Awards

  1. Reina Manuel – Service with a Smile – Service
  2. Therese Barcelon – Service with a Smile – Office
  3. Elizabeth Arias – Apprentice
  4. Michael Brad – Above & Beyond – Service
  5. Laura Voluta – Above & Beyond – Office
  6. Spruce Meadow – Best Curb Appeal

Crystal Awards

  1. Sergii Pashkov – Masters of Maintenance
  2. Miranda Ursel – Weidner Rookie
  3. Saturnino Seroy – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Service
  4. Mustaq Momni – Give ‘Em the Pickle – Office
  5. Carolina Castro – Golden Broom

Trophy Awards

  1. Mustaq Momni – Leasing Superstar – Under 150 Units
  2. Laura Voluta – Leasing Superstar – Over 150 Units
  3. Quail Ridge – Economic Occupancy
  4. Hilltop Towers – Lowest Delinquency – Under 150 Units
  5. Villagio – Lowest Delinquency – Over 150 Units
  6. Marquis Towers – Exceptional Customer Service
  7. Marquis Tower – Fantastic 4
  8. Villagio – Excellent Financial Performance
19
Apr 17

It’s Residential Property Management Careers Month!

Property Management Careers Month

It’s Residential Property Management Careers Month!

Careers in property management are not for the faint of heart. If anything, they are for those with the biggest hearts, as everything that happens in life will inevitably happen where people live. This means that those who work in the thriving and dynamic apartment industry witness one of the most important decisions people will ever make – the place they call home. Because the nature of the job is so personal, careers in residential property management require a certain skill set of their employees.

At Weidner, we’re proud to employ some of the most intuitive, heartfelt, and mindful people in the industry and we’re excited to participate in the Residential Property Management Careers Month.

Every April, the National Apartment Association (NAA) sheds light on this important and fulfilling career path by raising awareness and encouraging job seekers to consider a career in property management. At RPMcareers.org, prospective employees of this dynamic, billion-dollar industry can take a look at employment and education opportunities through the NAA Education Institute. Property managers are also encouraged to spread the word about RPM Career Month by sharing on social media at #RPMcareers.

Careers at Weidner

Weidner Apartment Homes is a privately owned real estate investment and Management Company founded by W. Dean Weidner in 1977, with more than 240 apartment communities throughout Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Canada. We are continuously growing our portfolio and seek high-quality employees to serve our most important asset: our residents. We also enjoy talking with students and graduates who are interested in a fulfilling career path in property management. Not only is Weidner Apartment Homes a great place to work, it also comes with these fantastic perks:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • 30% Housing Discount at Weidner Properties
  • Paid Vacation
  • 401k plan with Employer Match
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
  • Education Reimbursement
  • Career Growth

To discover more about the opportunities that await you at Weidner Apartment Homes, apply online today. We’re excited to meet you!

What Matters to You, Matters to Us!

 

 

 

12
Apr 17

Weidner Places #17 in Top 50 Largest Apartment Owners List

NMHC50

The National Multifamily Housing Council recently released their annual Top 50 lists and we’re proud to announce that Weidner has climbed the ranks in Largest Apartment Owners to #17 and Largest Apartment Managers to #27.

NMHC is “the place where the leaders of the apartment industry come together to guide their future success. With the industry’s most prominent and creative leaders at the helm, NMHC provides a forum for insight, advocacy, and action that enable both members and the communities they build to thrive.”

Landing within the top 20 of the Largest Apartment Owners represents years of hard work, focus, and determination. Driven by a company mission statement, “What matters to you, matters to us,” Weidner puts the needs of its residents and employees first. Exponential growth and lasting success depend on impeccable service in a highly competitive industry, where 49 other residential managers and owners are vying for space.

“We entered the top 50 rankings in 2012 at the 44th spot with 31,551 units, and have now moved up a total of 27 spots in just 5 short years. With the hard work and commitment of our team members across the US and Canada, we are well on our way to hitting our goal of 80,000 units by our 50th birthday.” Said Kevin Colard, Vice President of Acquisitions

As the trend towards renting versus buying continues to expand nationwide, it’s more important than ever to deliver customized service to residents and keep the employees that provide service to those residents happy and thriving.

Founded in 1977, Weidner owns and manages more than 240 properties across 10 States and 4 Canadian Provinces.

Mr. Colard praised Weidner’s associates saying, “At the end of the day, our growth wouldn’t be sustainable without the efforts of each of our associates who make a difference with our customers on a daily basis.”

Congratulations to the dedicated Weidner teams who strive for excellence toward the Weidner Vision to “distinguish ourselves as the apartment industry leader in each of our markets.”

 

Do you have a multi-family investment opportunity you think we might be interested in? Please contact our Vice President of Acquisitions, Kevin Colard, at Kevin@Weidner.com or 425-250-2955

 

 

 

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