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April 2010 Newsletter

So When Do I Get My Money Back?!

February 2010 Newsletter

The Days of the Deals are Done!

January 2010 Newsletter

Empty Flag Poles...Dead Balloon Ribbons...Saggy Banners

March 2010 Newsletter

May 2010 Newsletter

Sailing in Uncharted Waters!

June 2010 Newsletter

Being Proactive in a Reactive Market!

July 2010 Newsletter

Lost In Translation

September 2010 Newsletter

Budgeting for 21st Century
I remember when I first started in the property management industry over 25years ago. Things were so different then. The basic concept of “getting the money in the bank” and keeping the residents happy seemed to be the only real challenges. There were no budgets to speak of, or they were just basic “guidelines” that the company or owner gave you to follow.

October 2010 Newsletter

Career Blue Prints Changed
As with many individuals in the multifamily industry, I too started out "on site" as a leasing consultant. In those days just having a "friendly, outgoing personality" seemed to be the key to being successful. Listening to the customers and helping them with their housing concerns was an easy task and career advancements were sometimes more "being in the right place at the right time" than actual promotions.

November 2010 Newsletter

In It To Win It
Training, training, and MORE training. Seems we as an industry have finally gotten back to the idea that training is a huge part of a company’s success.
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Dear Jackie,

I had the pleasure of meeting you on Tuesday at the Hayman Company seminar in Columbus. This delightful meeting found me leaving Columbus uplifted and with a renewed commitment to my job. That's wonderful - but what's even more wonderful is that in the 24 hours following the seminar, surprisingly I've found my renewed commitment extending beyond just the job to the other important areas of my life - to God, to my marriage, to other family relationships, to community. I don't know how you managed to bring this about, but I'd like for you to know that I am very, very grateful. You surely are doing what you were meant to be doing!

Best regards,
Annie from Sturbridge

Anne Torre
Manager Sturbridge
The Hayman Company
Columbus, Ohio
Hi Jackie,

I just wanted to thank you for a wonderful Trainer The Trainers class last week in New Jersey. You are always upbeat and inspirational. Thanks for putting the spark back in my team - sometimes they just need to recharge. You're the best!

Sincerely, Peggy Hale

Peggy Hale
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