Intersection earned the AMO® (Accredited Management Organization) accreditation from IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management). Intersection joins an exclusive group of nearly 600 real estate management companies world-wide, and an exclusive list of 17 companies in San Diego that have met the requirements to earn this distinction.
AMOs demonstrate strong financial performance, outstanding leadership, and adhere to a Code of Professional Ethics strictly enforced by IREM to maintain integrity beyond reproach. Accreditation as an AMO requires firms to follow best practices in real estate management, demonstrating that they meet standards and functions related to operations and service. Property owners can be assured that an AMO will put their interests first.
“We have always been very focused on the value that real estate management can create for our clients and investors,” said Mark Hoekstra, Managing Director and Partner with Intersection, “The AMO accreditation affirms our commitment to providing the highest level of service in concert with our key company driver, integrity.”
“The AMO accreditation sets the standard in property management excellence for firms of all sizes. Our AMOs lead the industry in conduct and unmatched client service,” says Chip Watts, CPM®, CCIM, IREM President-Elect, and President of Watts Realty Co., Inc., AMO®. “We congratulate Intersection on this accomplishment, and welcome them into this exclusive group of property management firms.”
For more information about the recent accreditation, arrange an interview with Mark Hoekstra, Executive CPM®, at email@example.com or 619-819-6114.
From left to right: Mark Hoekstra, Rounak Mofty, Orquid Schon, and Bryan Calhoun attend the AMO Luncheon in January 2020.
Emily Bane is the Marketing Coordinator at Intersection, providing strategic marketing expertise to support business objectives across company divisions. Contact Emily at 619-819-8725 or firstname.lastname@example.org