Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
The Florida Apartment Association on Friday, October 24, installed as its new president Ron Wenzel, senior regional property manager of Greystar Real Estate Partners, at the 2014 Education Conference & Trade Show at the Hilton Orlando.
Wenzel and other members of the executive committee were sworn in by Marc Ross, vice chairman of the National Apartment Association.
- Glenn Evers, Mid-America Apartment Communities, President-Elect
- Shawn Wingate, Carlisle Property Management, Vice President
- Lori Trainer, Southern Affordable Services, Treasurer
- Bonnie Smetzer, JMG Realty, Secretary
- Stacey Stuart, The Bainbridge Companies, Immediate Past President
- Linda Paolo, WRH Realty Service, Past President
- Susan Truesdale, Allison-Shelton Real Estate Services, Past President
- Brenda Sweeting, Absolutely Amazing Refinishing, Associates Vice President
- Chip Tatum, Apartment Association of Greater Orlando, Association Executives Council Chairman
ABOUT THE FLORIDA APARTMENT ASSOCIATION
The Florida Apartment Association is a federation of associations representing and advocating the interests of the Florida multifamily rental housing industry.
Since 1971, the Florida Apartment Association has worked to ensure high property management standards and resident satisfaction and safety in Florida. Volunteer leaders from throughout the state meet quarterly to discuss issues and challenges facing the multifamily housing sector.
As a federation, FAA serves as an umbrella organization linking 11 independent local associations. The FAA and the local associations also provide professional development, networking, and other opportunities for multifamily housing professionals.
FAA represents more than 415,000 apartment homes in Florida. Constituencies include apartment communities new and old, urban and rural, luxury and affordable, privately developed and state tax-assisted, large management companies and small individual owners, assisted living facilities for seniors and corporate housing for busy businesspeople. FAA does not represent condominiums, hotels, motels, and other transient housing. In addition, it is purely a voluntary organization: Not all apartment owners, particularly small individual owners and geographical areas remote from the main city centers, are members of FAA.
Local associations have their own independent boards of directors and activities. FAA and each local association also belong to the National Apartment Association.