Excellent multisite property management solutions from William Alce: Just as property comes in many types, so do property managers. Some firms are specialized in providing management for a particular type of property, others offer management services over a range of property types. A huge range of property types can be managed. Residential property managers are typically hired for rental properties, and manage the rental process. They can be hired to manage: Single-family homes; Vacation rentals; Multi-family homes; Townhouses; Condominiums; Apartments; Manufactured homes; REO properties Read more info at William Obed Alce
William Alce is a Senior Level Multisite Property Manager with 22+ years’ experience in asset and project management for conventional and affordable communities. Proven track record of using effective leadership experience to affect improved property performance through expense control, site control and resource optimization to consistently increase value for owners and investors.
– Comprehensive experience in improving physical assets and streamlining operations at ailing properties and reducing crime at affordable housing units, with experience managing budgets from $1.6M to $30M and overseeing accounts totaling $68M.
– Specialized in the formulation, implementation, and execution of comprehensive site control plans to reduce crime and improve property reputation and perception as well as enhance customer confidence, and loyalty. The derivative of which is positive community perception of the assets.
– Achieved REAC Scores of 92A-98B at Integral Property Management (IPM).
– Supervised, trained, and coordinated staff of 38 employees and 30+ contractors at IPM.
– Increased gross revenue at Columbia Group by 4% 1st Quarter post hire, and by 7% within 9 months.
– Improved occupancy rates at Riverstone Residential Group by 8% during the 1st quarter there, and by 6% at Ventron Management within six weeks.
– Grew ancillary revenue at Riverstone by 7% through successful negotiation of bad debts and cured 100% of rent abatements during the first two months of employment.
– Developed and implemented enhanced preventative maintenance program that reduced capital expenditures at Riverstone Residential Group by 12% and at Lynd by 7%.
– Created a 24% upsurge in total vacancy readiness at Ventron within 5 weeks, and a 7% rise in leased occupancy rates (to 99%) within 4 weeks.
– Boosted resident retention rates throughout all assets with an annual renewal rate of 78% at Lynd Properties and 88% at Riverstone Residential.
– Decreased delinquency at Ventron by 50% within 2 months, while increasing collections by 16%.
– Recognized as Most Improved Property: Lynd Company Affordable Housing Category Southeast Region (chosen from 68 properties), Top Performer: Ventron Properties 200+ Category (selected from 14 properties), and Rising Star: Columbia Property Group (chosen from 30 properties).
– Received Columbia Property Group CUP (Cool Under Pressure) Award, created in my honor (selected from 30 properties) and R. James Properties Highest Average Occupancy Award: (chosen from 25 properties).
– Computer proficiency includes Windows 11, Yardi Voyager, OneSite (RealPage), RentRoll, eSite, iCam, LRO, Yieldstar, Salesforce and Microsoft Office Packages.
– Exceed NOI expectations 12 months ahead of schedule at Columbia Residential. – Beat NOI year over year growth by 14% at Columbia Residential.
– Fulton County Law Enforcement Training Center – Marksman Award & Top Academic Student (Valedictorian) – Winner of Charles L. Edson Award for HUD Property Preservation 2020 (Amani Place).
– Winner Property of The Year – The Tower at Dorsey Manor
MEMBERSHIPS & ORGANIZATIONS & VOLUNTEER WORK
– Executive Member- Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. (Queens Alumni Chapter – (1996-1999); Sergeant-At-Arms & Keeper of the Exchequer (Chief Accounting Officer)
– Board Member- Marietta Police Athletic League (MPAL) 2007-2012
– Board Member- Franklin Rd. Weed & Seed Committee (US Department of Justice) 2007-2010 Committee Chair – 2008-2009
– Board Member – MERG (Meridian Educational Resource Group) (2018 – Present) Whitefoord Medical Centers (HERSA Certified) Whitefoord Early Learning Academy (WELA) (A Quality Rated childcare program). – Volunteer at the Center for Family Resources Center (2018 – Present) Committee Chair – 2008-2009
– Assistant Basketball Coach – South Cobb Recreation Center (7–9-year-olds). (2019-2020)
Who Needs a Property Manager? Several types of property owners can benefit from the services that property managers offer. Landlords, for example, hire property management firms for a variety of reasons. Some may have multiple rental properties in their portfolios and lack the time or expertise to maintain the properties and deal with individual tenants. Some owners only have an interest in owning rental properties and earning profits from them. When this is the case, they hire professional property managers. Absentee landlords also make use of property management services. Some property management companies cater to individual landlords who rent out a single property such as a vacation home.
If a property is vacant, it’s the property manager’s job to see to it the house is rented. As its name suggests, property management takes care of every aspect of a rental home, from marketing vacant space and signing leases to collecting rent and calling for repairs. Few strategies, for that matter, are more beneficial for a rental portfolio than hiring a third-party property manager, which begs a simple question: How do property management companies work?
Will Hiring Property Management Companies Benefit Me? There are plenty of investors who fully support the use of a property management company. However, there is no rule stating that anyone needs a property manager. While property management companies have several advantages, they are so costly. Therefore, plan on hiring a property manager if: You don’t want to be an employer. Hiring employees like a resident manager comes with several responsibilities, such as payroll and legal requirements. A property management company is not your employee; they are independent contractors. Using one will save you the burden of becoming an employer. You can afford the added cost. Property managers will charge a percentage of the rental fee, which is well worth it. The same fee can rid landlords of a lot of headaches and free up a lot of their time to invest in other places. You have limited time. Even if you don’t mind managing your property, you may not be able to actively work on the property every day. If you plan on focusing more on running your business, hiring a property management company may be your best course of action.