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Together, we are making an impact

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he start of the new year always means busy days and nights for the Arizona Multihousing Association. The government affairs team begins a new session, the AMA team starts work on the annual Tributes event and we are celebrating the success of the Big Hearts for Little Hands campaign. More than ever, members of the Arizona Multihousing Association are working together to accomplish great things for our industry and for community.

Looking forward to an election year Although the start of this legislature has seemed a bit rocky with national press focused on some early legislation, we are expecting that this year’s session will be shorter. This fall, we are looking forward to statewide elections where we will choose a new governor, new congressional representation, and many other important offices. Candidates are eager to begin their campaigns and our government affairs committees will be interviewing these candidates to understand their positions on issues that are important to our industry. Stay tuned for lots of news around upcoming elections.

Celebrating Big Hearts for Little Hands Our members come together each year to support the Arizona Multihousing Community Foundation and the Big Hearts for Little Hands programs. Onsite fundraisers that engage our residents and our employees, raffles, 5K events and a host of other activities raised tens of thousands of dollars to support local programs that help families secure

safe, sustainable housing. We understand how critical secure housing is to the success of families, and of children in particular. Our members are involved in a number of programs to support these efforts but BHLH is our signature fundraising program of the year. During our January dinner meeting, we celebrated the success of management companies’ efforts and presented UMOM and Our Family Services/New Beginnings with checks totaling over $90,000.

Recognizing our best January and February brings together hundreds of Tributes nominees in metro Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff. Judging panels review nominations and meet with finalists to select the best employees of our industry. More than 400 nominations were reviewed and interviewed by these dedicated panelists and I’m grateful for their support and investment of time. Tributes celebrates the best of our industry and our teams deserve these honors for their work. I’ve chaired this event in the past, and I can tell you firsthand how inspiring these individuals and teams are. As an executive, it’s a great way to learn more about the wonderful people who work in our companies. I even gained new ideas from these outstanding employees to make my company better. Learning from each other and appreciating our talented teams is what Tributes is all about. This year we have some exciting programs to roll out to our member companies. We are pushing this association to the next level and providing real value for members, and our residents, which will be an exciting addition. Stay tuned for more news on AMA programs. And plan to join us this spring for all of our exciting programs! — Kimberly K. Fitch, AMA Board Chair, Nicolosi & Fitch

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The nominees in Arizona Multihousing Association’s annual Tributes, recognizing the best and the brightest. ON THE COVER: A look back at one of last year’s awardwinning Tributes, Vaseo Apartments.

News & Happenings 11 Legislative Update 16 Insurance 18 Best Practices 19 On the Scene 20 Events & Education 22 Spotlights

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Alliance Residential earns designation 2014 Best Company to Watch Alliance Residential Company was named one of Arizona’s “Best Companies to Watch” in 2014 by BestCompaniesAZ. The designation is awarded to Arizona companies that have created a dynamic workplace culture, are experiencing consistent growth, and are committed to community involvement and building a strong corporate presence in Arizona as well as nationally. “When we encounter a company that demonstrates a high level of commitment to employee engagement that is reflected in exceptionally high favorable employee survey scores, we know we have found something special,” says Denise Gredler, Founder and CEO of BestCompaniesAZ. “Alliance is such a company and we are excited to see them continue their journey towards becoming an award-winning company at national and state levels.”

Smith appointed to NAA National Task Force

The National Apartment Association recently selected Amy Smith, managing partner of Bella Investments and AMA Executive Committee member, for its newly formed Next Generation Task Force. The group will be developing recommendations for programming and events to attract the next generation of leaders for the NAA. This forward looking task force will be working on promoting Amy Smith the engagement and retention of NextGen employees in the industry to promote their attendance at NAA meetings.

WINN RESIDENTIAL ADDS ARIZONA COMMUNITIES TO ITS PORTFOLIO WinnResidential, the property management arm of WinnCompanies, announced that it has assumed management responsibilities for Highridge Costa Investors, a leading developer and asset manager, at six of their multifamily communities in Arizona. WinnResidential will take over the property management, maintenance and leasing for all six communities. The portfolio includes: Casa Bonita and Valle del Sur Condominiums in Tucson; Florence Park Apartments, Florence; Quail Run Apartments, Peoria; Sonora Vista Apartments, Douglas; Village Square Apartments, Phoenix. These six properties offer senior housing, affordable housing, market-rate housing and some properties were designed specifically for special needs residents. WinnResidential is the nation’s sixth largest firm in residential property management, with apartment communities ranging from 17 units to 5,000 units. The company manages over 95,000 apartments and condominiums in more than 20 states. Also in Arizona, WinnMilitary currently manages housing on Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

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Darlene Newson, President and CEO of UMOM, accepts a check from AMA’s team, including Tina Greco, chairman of Big Hearts for Little Hands.

Many hands made a difference More than $65,000 raised for families in need By Rob Schmitz, AMA January’s AMA dinner meeting celebrated the outstanding accomplishments of the 2013 Big Hearts for Little Hands fundraising campaign. The AMA honored management companies who dedicated their time to collect funds and raise awareness on housing and homelessness in our communities. Annual events like the bowl-a-thon, silent auction and car raffle brought in thousands of dollars to support families in need. 2013 Big Hearts For Little Hands Winners:

Individual Community 1-250 Units: Aderra, The P.B. Bell Companies Individual Community 251–499 Units: Camden Legacy, Camden Individual Community 500+ Units: The Haven, Alliance Residential Management Company 1–4,999 Units: Camden Management Company 5k–9,999 Units: Allison-Shelton Real Estate Services Management Company 10k+ Units: Alliance Residential “I am amazed at what our members accomplish year after year for this committee and I am so thrilled to be part of an industry that understands that homelessness has no place in any community that cares,” said Tina Greco, chairman of the Big Hearts for Little Hands Committee. “Even with all of the challenges we face on a daily basis, our members still manage to find time to come together to help those in need and that is really something to be proud of.” Ron Steele and Ryan Broseman with Kwik Tow graciously donated the beautiful 2009 Buick Lacrosse that allowed us to sell more than 2,100 raffle tickets during the AMA events this past year! This campaign alone produced nearly $11,000! Through the support of nearly 250 properties, the AMA was able to contribute $65,000+ directly to UMOM New Day Centers and the Foundation will make investments with Our Family in Tucson, and Hope Cottage in Flagstaff. www.azama.org


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LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

51st Legislature opens Second Regular Session AMA pursues legislative priorities BY COURTNEY LEVINUS & JAKE HINMAN

Courtney LeVinus is a principal with Capitol Consulting and Jake Hinman leads legislative affairs for the firm. They can be reached at 602-712-1121.

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he 51st Legislature, 2nd Regular Session officially commenced Jan. 13, 2014. A total of 1,186 bills were introduced by the legislature and of those, 300 or so should arrive on Governor Jan Brewer’s desk in order to be signed into law. During her State of the State address, Governor Brewer announced her policy priorities for the year, including a complete overhaul of the State’s defunct child protective services and new incentives for manufacturers to set up shop in Arizona. Based on last year’s Medicaid fiasco and her willingness to take full advantage of her veto power, the Legislature has made a concerted effort to advance her policy priorities. The Senate Appropriations Committee approved roughly $8.57 million in spending that will allow the State to hire 192 new child welfare workers for the newly created Child Safety and Family Services in an effort to resolve the backlog of 6,554 uninvestigated cases. The Senate has also introduced legislation to eliminate the sales tax that manufacturers pay on energy usage and lower property taxes on manufacturing equipment in foreign trade zones — federally designated areas where commerce is considered to be outside the boundaries of the United States. Much like the Governor, the AMA entered the Session with two priorities as well; both focusing on issues brought forth in the Phoenix and Tucson Government Affairs committees.

AMA’s Priorities The AMA’s first proactive bill, Senate Bill1305 (semipublic swimming pool barrier gates, Sen.

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Gail Griffin), will grandfather all existing semipublic pool access gates and will allow property managers to choose the type of locking mechanism for the gate, whether it be a dual-key locking mechanism or a ‘thumb latch.’ Starting Jan. 1, 2015, new pool access gates (for semipublic pools) will be subject to the local city code or ordinance. This bill was developed after the city of Tucson began systematic inspections of all apartments and the pool areas and subsequently required the removal of all ‘dualkey’ locks on the pool gates. The AMA’s second proactive bill, Senate Bill1213 (real estate advisory board; membership, Sen. Gail Griffin,) will expand the Arizona Department of Real Estate Advisory Board to ten members to include one representative from the multi-family property management industry. Since the Advisory Board makes recommendations to the Real Estate Commissioner on all real estate related matters, including matters related to multi-family property management, it is only fitting that the Board be represented by a multifamily property manager. www.azama.org


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Both bills have been approved in the Senate and are working their way through the House of Representatives. No different than any other year, the AMA has also faced legislation that, if enacted, would be damaging to the industry. Most notably, Senate Bill 1062 (exercise of religion; state action Sen. Steve Yarbrough) made significant headlines in both the national and local media outlets. The bill would have allowed a person to assert a free ‘exercise of religion’ claim or defense in a judicial proceeding. After taking the entire business community by surprise and actually landing on the Governor’s desk, the AMA sent a letter to Governor Brewer urging her veto. Aside from the general concern that Senate Bill1062 would have cast a

negative light on Arizona, the AMA was concerned that SB1062 directly conflicted with the provisions set forth in the state and federal Fair Housing Acts and several local ordinances. The Fair Housing Act, as amended, prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of dwellings, and in other housing-related transactions, based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status and disability. The cities of Phoenix, Tucson, Tempe and Flagstaff have further expanded their anti-discrimination ordinances to include sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. In addition, housing providers that receive U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding, have loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), as well as lenders insured by

FHA, may be subject to HUD program regulations intended to ensure equal access of LGBT persons. Requiring the housing provider to choose, or otherwise ignore, conflicting federal and state requirements was an unreasonable burden that SB1062 would have seemingly created. The bill was ultimately vetoed by Governor Brewer. There are a number of other bills that the AMA is currently monitoring. The AMA’s “Hot List,” bills that have been identified as having a direct or indirect impact on the industry, can be viewed on the AMA’s website. Also, if you have any questions regarding any legislative proposals making their way through the process or if you have any questions regarding any of the AMA’s government affairs programs, please feel free to contact either of us.

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TRIBUTES CELEBRATES OUR BEST

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AMA recognizes top talent, performance for the year

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taff members in an apartment community encounter the best and the worst of the multifamily operations. They assist prospective residents in finding the right home, help them get signed and settled and they mitigate tough issues with residents when necessary. Through their efforts and creativity, management companies raise dollars to support charity, they host special resident retention events and so much more to make companies stronger and more profitable.

Training, skills pay off Their ability to problem-solve, lead, follow, engage and more supports the professional operations in Arizona apartment communities. The investment in training and management skills pays off for owners when vacancy rates are low and retention is high. New communities, redevelopment and a tighter housing market puts the resident in a more favorable position so the front line and back of house teams can often be a deciding factor for residents. In addition, Arizona’s talent market has become more competitive over the past few years as the real estate market has recovered and great employees are in high demand.

Coming together Once a year, the industry comes together to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary individuals and www.azama.org

teams that run these multifamily communities. From the housekeepers to the maintenance teams to leasing to management, every level of these skilled teams deserves the spotlight during Tributes. This annual awards event, hosted by the Arizona Multihousing Association along with Cox Communications, has become more competitive over the years. This year, there were 440 nominations in 23 categories. Judges visited 35 properties in the Developer’s Award, Affordable Community, and Renovated Community Categories. Once these nominees were initially interviewed, the judging panels narrowed the field in each category to a smaller group of finalists who were each interviewed again during February and March. Thousands of volunteer hours have been dedicated to this undertaking and on May 8, the Tributes winners will be announced at the Downtown Sheraton Hotel in Phoenix.

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2014 Tribute Awards Finalists APARTMENT MANAGER 1-199 UNITS

Rodney Wilson, Riverstone Residential Group Andy Hernandez, MC Residential

Patty Gallegos, Allison-Shelton Real Estate Services Lauren Lakatos, Greystar Real Estate Partners Anna Marie Sollinger, MEB Management Services Tiffany Depoy, Greystar Real Estate Partners Kathleen Bowie, Bella Investment Group

REGIONAL PROPERTY SUPERVISOR

Shar Morganstern, Scotia Group Management Sharon Beck, MEB Management Services Jennifer Beebe, Alliance Residential Linda Coburn, Mark-Taylor Residential Tina Schreiber, Alliance Residential

APARTMENT MANAGER 200+ UNITS Shannon Wilcox, Riverstone Residential Group Elizabeth Albright, Madrona Ridge Residential Ryan Harty, Fairfield Residential Nichole Carboun, Weidner Apartment Homes Adam Berger, Alliance Residential

ASSISTANT MANAGER

Julian Pena, Dunlap & Magee Linda Lockett, Greystar Real Estate Partners Stephanie Matnrusse, MarkTaylor Residential Caitlin Haley, MC Residential

BEST TEAM & COMMUNITY PRIOR TO 1995 Saratoga Ridge Sonoran Apartments Sonora Canyon Scottsdale Horizon The Place at Forest Ridge

BEST TEAM & COMMUNITY 1995-2005 The Condominiums at Williams Centre The Villas at Mountain Vista Ranch Arboretum at South Mountain The Place at the Fountains at Sun City Mirabella Village

BEST TEAM & COMMUNITY 2006-2013 Level at Sixteenth San Peseo Serafina The Lodge Chuparosas

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Shirley Hansen, Alliance Residential Martha Hernandez, Fairfield Residential Maria Leyva, Mark-Taylor Residential Dora (Marcella) Herrara, Mark-Taylor Residential Irma Pantoja, Allison-Shelton Real Estate Services

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INDUSTRY PARTNER

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Adam Greco, Burns Pest Elimination Jim Kowalski, Kowalski Construction, Inc. Tina Greco, Burns Pest Elimination

Greg Morehead, Fairfield Residential Leigh Massey, Centurion Management Vicki Bishop, MEB Management Services

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Stacey Weaver, MacGray John Palermo, Ferguson Enterprises Tim Furnas, Valley Protective Services

Elizabeth Beaulieu, Nicolosi & Fitch Lauren Reece, Nicolosi & Fitch Vikki Garcia, Scotia Group Management

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APARTMENT MANAGER - OUTSIDE THE VALLEY

Ciara Hufford, MC Residential Sarah Gaviria, Nicolosi & Fitch Ciera Moraga, Mark-Taylor Residential Ron Morley, P.B. Bell Companies Derek Iannell, Holland Residential

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 1-199 UNITS

Leonard Beltran, Mark-Taylor Residential Carlos Sandoval, Greystar Real Estate Partners Noel Valentin, Dunlap & Magee Sean Talbot, Alliance Residential Paul Nagy, MEB Management Services

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 200+ UNITS

Ken Overstreet, Weidner Apartment Homes Matthew Michael, Weidner Apartment Homes Alan Aydelott, Allison-Shelton Real Estate Services Nick Orton, Alliance Residential Jonathan Matthews, Greystar Real Estate Partners

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Katie Macias, Nicolosi & Fitch Amanda Maestas, MC Residential Yvette Carrillo, MEB Management Services

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR - OUTSIDE THE VALLEY

Miguel Villareal, Allison-Shelton Real Estate Services Miguel Davilla, MEB Management Services Russell Perry, MEB Management Services

BEST TEAM & COMMUNITY OUTSIDE THE VALLEY The Woods Timberline Place Lakeview Villas

DEVELOPER’S AWARD-BEST COMMUNITY BUILT 2013 Liv Avenida Broadstone Lincoln Jefferson at One Scottsdale

RENOVATED COMMUNITY OF THE YEAR

Tony Nahrgang, Mark-Taylor Residential Marlou Apigo, Holland Residential Martin Moreno, MC Residential Steven Carrillo, MEB Management Services Jamie Olsen, Alliance Residential

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REGIONAL MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

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Brad Cutlip, Alliance Residential

AFFORDABLE COMMUNITY OF THE YEAR

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INSURANCE NOTES BY SCF-COPPER POINT INSURANCE

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he Arizona Department of Insurance has approved the National Council on Compensation Insurance’s (NCCI) recommendation to the Arizona Department of Insurance for an overall average rate hike of 3.2 percent, beginning Jan. 1. The change in rates varies depending on the specific classification code. Each classification belongs to one of five industry groups. The average changes proposed for each of these groups are:

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If an employee of one of your members is injured at work and treated by the company’s first-aid kit, then the injury is not severe enough to warrant a workers compensation claim. Cuts, scrapes, small wounds or even a single headache are insufficient reason to file a claim. If, on the other hand, a worker is exposed to a chemical that causes routine headaches, this could be considered an “occupational disease” that could prompt a workers compensation claim. Your members also should be reminded not to pay the claims costs for their injured workers. The reasons? They may be paying for non-compensable claims. They may end up paying more than what SCF would have paid based on the contracted fees from its Preferred Connection Network or the Industrial Commission’s Medical Fee Schedule. What might start as a minor injury could become worse, and the costs for treatment could increase.

To find out how your company can use SCF Arizona, call Todd Bradford at 602-377-2533, or email tbradford@azama.org.

For more information, contact the Association Coordinator, 602-631-2016 or psenseman@scfaz.com

BEST TEAM & COMMUNITY OUTSIDE THE VALLEY! Celtic Property Management Honors their Finalist and Nominees

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Manufacturing: +1.4% Contracting: +3.9% Office & Clerical: +3.8% Miscellaneous: +0.9% Goods & Services: +4.1%

ELIZABETH “BETH” TITUS ANNE REED Property Manager Years: 12 "Beth has a strong work ethic, she’s caring and intelligent and is a great asset to our team."

Assistant Manager Years: 1 ½ "Anne is highly motivated and committed to maintaining the integrity of the community and residents. "

Lakeview Villas is an 84 unit community located in Lake Havasu, AZ Professionally managed by Celtic Property Management www.celticpropertymanagement.com

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Maintenance Supervisor Years: 8 "Robert is passionate about his work and is one of the most dedicated employees we have ever worked with."

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LEGAL Q&A under A.R.S. §§ 33-1324 and 1361. The landlord will then be required to remedy the problems within 5 calendar days. If the problems are not resolved, the resident may terminate the lease and depart the leased premises without further obligation. Alternatively, if this self-help remedy is not desirable, the tenant could contact the Maricopa County Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service (602-257-4434) and seek legal assistance. — Paul A. Henderson

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payment only if the resident signs a non-waiver agreement, which would explain that if the 10-day is violated, the eviction could proceed even though rent was paid.

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The views expressed here are generalized advice or information. Fact-specific questions should always be referred to legal counsel. Statements and opinions expressed in these legal columns are solely those of the author or authors. This advice does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of the Arizona Multihousing Association.

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reg Morehead is a regional supervisor with Fairfield Residential with responsibilities over the Las Vegas and Phoenix portfolios. Over the past 18 years, Morehead has served in a variety of roles with Fairfield starting with leasing and then moving into acquisitions, and then regional supervisor. A Tributes judge for the AMA for the past few years, Morehead shares some of the lessons from those interviews with finalists from properties around the state.

Q: What have you learned being one of the judges AMA’s Annual Tributes? A: It’s amazing to see how diverse our industry really is. From property to property, company to company and person to person. It’s great how we all come together as an industry, all for the same goal, to provide exceptional living experiences for our customers.

Q: What impressed you in the Tributes nominees as you interviewed them? A: It’s fun to see how much they enjoy the business and how dedicated they are to their teams and to the residents. The interviewees love their jobs, love the industry. The energy and positivity is enlightening and makes you proud to be in the business.

Q: Did you learn any specific best practices from the nominees that you might take back to your own company? A: I saw a lot about how we all have worked to improve our resident events in the Tributes interviews. When times were

hard, a free pizza party brought people out but they weren’t engaged. Today, these teams get resident feedback and buy-in. The events are more successful and residents have built strong relationships with the teams and one another, because they have a feeling of ownership within the community and provide feedback to improve future events. Carrying this forward, the team members are happier. It’s reciprocal – residents are happier and that makes our jobs easier. We saw this in our own Tempe community when a new bar opened on Mill. They invited our community and 50 residents attended this special event.

Q: Did you see any specific leadership/management programs that inspired or impressed you? A: We heard about some really interesting mentoring programs where people were assigned to mentor people on specific tasks or positions. For example: a mentor would be assigned to help teach a newly hired team member, oneon-one versus sitting them in front of a computer or throwing them in without

guidance and direction. You see some that offer mentoring teams by position whereas some programs go as deep as specific mentoring for individual tasks, such as budget or marketing-survey mentoring. These programs keep people engaged. We aren’t just throwing people in; instead a mentoring program gives them someone to reach out to.

Q: What do you think is special about how Fairfield engages their employees? A: It’s the culture of Fairfield, which promotes empowerment to our team members. Our managers and teams are responsible for their communities. They run their properties, from the budget, to daily activities and our corporate team relies on them to make the decisions for their properties, in the best interest of company and the ownership entities. My philosophy is that they have the hard job and I’m there to support them.

Q: What kinds of training or management development do you see as a need in the industry? A: I can see how important more personal management training is for employees. We are seeing a lot of web based training which can be really good, but the in-person training is still key. People should look into the training offered by the AMA. It can help develop their skills and help them networking within the industry.

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AMC’S EVENING OF RELAXATION AT SAN CAPELLA BY ADAM GRECO, AMC CHAIRMAN

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AMC members through the community alking around the pool and shared more background on the area at Mark-Taylor redevelopment of this site. Michael Residential’s new San Wilson, Mark-Taylor’s asset manager, Capella community, you feel as though was also on hand for this special event. you’re in one of the Valley’s finest Wilson talked with AMC members resorts. Large cabanas surround the shimmering pool and the water features about Mark-Taylor’s expansion into the Tucson market. Today, Mark-Taylor reminded me of Arizona’s iconic spas. Residential manages 31 communities You could just imagine coming home in Phoenix, more than 10,000 units. to a relaxing evening by the pool, and watching the game on one of the large AMC MEETINGS outdoor televisions. The Associate Member Council meets quarterly and AMC members enjoyed meetings are hosted at Properties and Property Management Companies. Please check the calendar at azama.org fine wines and hors for dates, times and locations of these meetings. d’oeuvres at the full bar in the outdoor area They have another four new projects in during this special event. development that will add 1,880 units This isn’t the apartment community to the Arizona market. They also have of my youth. This place is a haven. properties in Las Vegas and Oro Valley. San Capella, their newest comCongratulations to raffle winner munity in Tempe located at the old Susan Crosby of Gryphon Companies Fiddlesticks site, executed a recordInc. She won lunch with Mark-Taylor breaking 62 leases before their opening Residential’s John Carlson and according to their business manager, Michael Wilson. Sherrie McGrane. Construction is nearing completion on this incredible new Adam Greco is the director of commercial apartment community that opened sales for Burns Pest Elimination and he in October of last year. To date, the chairs the Associate Member Council. He property is 40 percent occupied and can be reached at 602-971-4782 and 50 percent leased. adam@burnspestelimination.com. McGrane toured our large crowd of www.azama.org

Tucson Career Fair attracts applicants with ‘the right stuff’ New communities coming online, new management companies in the market and new opportunities with Arizona’s best companies attracted applicants to Tucson’s Property Management Career Fair held at the YWCA in February. This year, companies met with qualified applicants and interviewed prospects on site for new positions with more than 12 management companies. Armed with resumes, future employees arrived ready to learn more about these companies and the array of positions open in each company. The AMA began hosting career fairs more than three years ago to introduce the multihousing industry to prospects and these events continue to attract qualified prospects.

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EVENTS & EDUCATION STAY UPDATED AT AZAMA.ORG

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CPR & FIRST-AID CERTIFICATION* April 15; 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. $69 ($99 non-members) With pool season right around the corner, it is important for your on-site staff to know how to recognize and handle an emergency situation until paramedics arrive. Those who successfully complete this course will earn a two year CPR & First-Aid completion card and Arizona state certification. A breakfast and light lunch will be provided. Class is taught by Horizon Safety Training, maximum attendance is 20.

THE REAL ESTATE CLASSES: June 5 - Property Management Rules & Regulations with Commissioner Lowe $29 ($49 non-members) Don’t get caught off guard, meet Commissioner Lowe and have the opportunity to ask her those questions you may have to ensure your community in is compliance with ADRE standards.

S.M.A.R.T – MAKING CHOICES TODAY THAT WILL IMPACT TOMORROW April 17; 9 a.m.-noon $29 ($49 non-members) What is living S.M.A.R.T.? Everywhere you go, someone is always talking about ‘Going Green’ these days. You can save your community money and increase your Owner’s bottom line! This course will help your community make better environmental choices and develop a plan for success! VALLEY LISTINGS CONTINUED PAGE 22 >

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ASSOCIATE MEMBER COUNCIL MEETING (AMC) April 10; 3-5 p.m. Avenue 25 18250 N. 25th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85023 Stay updated at azama.org

PHOENIX DINNER MEETING April 16; 5-8 p.m. Phoenix Country Club, 2901 N. 7th St., Phoenix, AZ 85014

- Tucson Education Classes held at the Tucson AMA Office 660 S. Country Club Rd., Tucson, AZ 85716

SAFETY & HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS April 15; 9 a.m.-noon $39 ($59 non-members) Learn all about the newest and most current rules and laws concerning the safety and handling of hazardous materials that you or your staff may come across on your property.

FAIR HOUSING May 20; 9 a.m.-noon For rental property owners and managers, understanding and complying with fair housing laws and the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) is more important than ever. This interactive course will provide an overview of fair housing and ADA law and investigative procedures. This course is taught by Judy Drickey-Prohow of the Law Offices of Scott M. Clark, P.C.

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INDEPENDENT RENTAL OWNERS COUNCIL (IROC) April 18; 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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