(South Bend, IN) – Holladay Properties Vice President & Director of Property Management, Jackie Green has been elected to a leadership role with the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) Chapter 100.
Holladay Properties has always aspired to be an industry leader, not only in professional services, but also through corporate contributions to the landscapes of the communities in which we operate, as well as by encouraging employees to seek out opportunities to advance in their education and help mold the next generation of real estate professionals. Inspired by this mission, members of our South Bend Property Management team recently committed to new leadership roles with IREM® which will shape the industry in their region.
IREM® is devised of regional chapters which are managed by teams of elected, local officers who can speak to the educational needs of their communities. On November 13 Jackie Green was honored by accepting a key leadership role in her regional Chapter 100, which consists of members from the towns of South Bend, Fort Wayne, Valparaiso, Chesterton, Griffith, Merrillville, LaPorte, Plymouth, Napanee and Hobart.
Holladay’s Property Management division has been involved with IREM®, a global organization consisting of over 20,000 real estate professionals seeking to advance the trade, for many years. Through IREM®, property managers and their companies earn distinct credentials that establish them as leaders in both residential and commercial real estate. This includes the Certified Property Manager (CPM®), Accredited Residential Manager (ARM®), Accredited Commercial Manager (ACoM®) and Accredited Management Organization (AMO®) designations. By providing resources and courses, professionals are able to keep up to speed in their field, gain influential contacts and relationships, and manage their portfolios with the tools to achieve great success.
A distinct honor, Jackie Green was elected as the President of Chapter 100, where she will be responsible for presiding all meetings of the chapter and its executive council, and attending the IREM® regional and national conferences, overseeing the implementation of a carefully thought-out strategic plan, voting on committees, and working with the Association Executive to plan relevant tours and educational programs to advance the mission and success of the chapter. Her term will be two years, after which her successor will take over.