The 25 Best Places to Work in Multifamily

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Who’s Number One?

The Multifamily Leadership Council has ranked the Best Places to Work in Multifamily in 2018. Ranked in order below, the list includes organizations from all areas of the multifamily industry, including 3 top 50 multifamily companies. However, none of them took home the top spot.

Q10 Property Advisors topped the list of the best places to work in multifamily. Based out of Spring, TX, the Houston area firm is led by co-founders Stephanie Graves and Ginger Bernstein. Together they bring over 40 years of multifamily experience and Stephanie previously oversaw all operational aspects of a 22,000 unit national portfolio. The company was launched in 2015 and has a special knack for working with value add projects, generating high yields from small capital investments that outperform the market as a whole.

And now, here’s the list of the best places to work in multifamily. Keep reading after the list to learn more about the rankings and the importance of building a great workplace.

Top 25 Multifamily Companies to Work For

  1. Q10 Property Advisors
  2. CWS Apartment Homes
  3. Apartment Dynamics
  4. Gables Residential
  5. Carter-Haston Real Estate Holdings, LLC
  6. The Management Group
  7. Pollack Shores Real Estate Group, LLC and Matrix Residential, LLC
  8. Fogelman Management Group
  9. LMC
  10. InfoTycoon
  11. ​JVM Realty
  12. Drucker & Falk
  13. The REMM Group
  14. Carroll Management Group
  15. Avenue5 Residential
  16. Cardinal Group Management
  17. Blue Ridge Companies, Inc
  18. Alco Management, Inc
  19. Continental Properties
  20. RealSource Management
  21. S2 Residential
  22. Berger Rental Communities
  23. IMT Residential
  24. Alliance Residential
  25. Benson Integrated Marketing Solutions




Impact of Best Places to Work in Multifamily

 
The list is important because organizations with happy and engaged employees have higher long term customer retention rates. According to a study in the Harvard Business Review, this leads to both long term revenue growth and increased profitability. Additionally, property managers are more likely to apply for apartment management jobs at one of these firms, enabling them to hire the best candidates. These firms are likely to attract top talent, because people want great work environments.

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