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  • Born This Way

    My Dad is a high school English teacher, which means he corrected my grammar from the moment I began speaking. Not at all annoying!  While I didn’t appreciate the dinner-time lessons on possessive pronouns and past participles (please don’t ask me to define them), I am now thankful that I can (usually) string a sentence together. As a writer, that’s a required skill.  Thanks, Dad! Turns out Marc...
  • “My RPM Story” – Jada

    Working in banking gave me customer service and analytical skills, but I wanted a career with a stronger connection to the community. That desire to help people led me to residential property management (RPM), where I can improve the lives of both residents and the members of my RPM team. A lot of people are in the same position that I was in: They have the skills to succeed, and they are looking...
  • Industry Scores Victories, But More Work Remains

    Happy New Year!At long last, we are inside 2016; the year where major change is guaranteed in at least one of our branches of government and where there is potential for change in one of the others. The Obama Administration comes to end at the close of this year. Whether the new occupant at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is of the same or opposite party, there will be a new voice at the bully pulpit, a...
  • My RPM Story – Lisa

    My best friend encouraged me to work in residential property management (RPM), and now I have a lucrative career! As an RPM Careers ambassador, I want to inspire others to join this exciting industry. RPM Careers ambassadors are the faces of RPMcareers.org, an NAAEI website designed to bring talented candidates to our industry. On the Connect page, candidates can contact us through LinkedIn or...

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