NAAEI Honors David Hargrove With Apartment Career Education (ACE) Award | National Apartment Association

NAAEI Honors David Hargrove With Apartment Career Education (ACE) Award

Contact: Lauren Boston at 703-797-0678

ARLINGTON, Va. / June 16, 2014 – David Hargrove, CPM, will receive the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI) Apartment Career Education (ACE) Award during the June 21 Awards Breakfast at the 2014 NAA Education Conference & Exposition in Denver.

The ACE Award recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of apartment career development and/or contributions made to, or on behalf of, NAAEI, and its professional education interests and initiatives.

Hargrove, COO of Asset Plus Companies and President of their Greystone Asset Management Division, Houston, has been a tireless proponent of industry education and a strong advocate for the rental housing industry. During his term as president of the Texas Apartment Association (TAA), Hargrove’s passion for attracting veterans to the rental housing industry as a pool for disciplined talent formed the basis for TAA’s military initiative. His vision resulted in what are now successful and ongoing outreach efforts and education programs for transitioning military personnel conducted through the TAA Education Foundation. 

In addition, as an instructor for the graduate real estate program at the University of Houston, Hargrove continues to shape the apartment industry’s future by giving back to the industry, its associations and the students in his classes. 

He is also a certified instructor for the Texas Real Estate Commission and a volunteer instructor for the financial modules of Houston Apartment Association (HAA)’s CAM and CAPS courses. In 2009 he was inducted into the HAA Hall of Fame.

NAA President & CEO Doug Culkin, CAE, said, “The PARAGON awards recognize the outstanding contributions of multifamily builders, professionals and affiliated associations. By shining a light on them, all members of our industry benefit.” 



The National Apartment Association (NAA), currently celebrating its 75th anniversary, is America’s leading advocate for quality rental housing. NAA’s mission is to serve the interests of multifamily housing owners, managers, developers and suppliers and maintain a high level of professionalism in the multifamily housing industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public. As a federation of more than 170 state and local affiliates, NAA is comprised of over 63,000 members representing more than 7 million apartment homes throughout the United States and Canada.