Profit is a product of striving for excellence.
Our commitment to protecting your real estate investment is backed by a top-notch maintenance staff. Available 24-hours a day, they will promptly address any needs of your property or residents. Echelon Property Management is founded on the idea that we do things right for the right reason: We believe every owner, investor and resident is deserving of our very best.
Echelon can provide all the services needed to maintain your property. Staff is impeccably trained and every vendor goes through a rigorous interview process to meet our high standards of excellence. Safe to say, if it needs doing we have someone who can do it – and do it right.
Early in his career, principal John McCloud received comprehensive industry training while employed with a large national property management company. During these formidable years, he developed a practical and applicable understanding of apartment management and repeatedly turned around underperforming properties, all ranging in size from 230 to 1000 units. In February 1994, he accepted a senior position with a small property management company to help the owner manage and grow his portfolio. While there, he performed due diligence and secured financing for 15 real estate transactions and 4500 units. This successful growth was due in large measure to John’s professional expertise and business acumen. He attained complete profit and loss accountability for the entire 21-site portfolio.
Considered an expert in apartment utility sub metering and allocation, John has been cited as such in Units (October 2003), Multi-Family Executive (January 2004), and Apartment Finance Today (May/June 2004).
Accredited Management Organization (AMO)
On June 1, 2009, the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), the leading international industry organization, designated Echelon Property Management as an AMO. The credential signifies the highest professional standards in the industry in terms of expertise, experience, business/financial stability and ethical business practices. Only 530 firms in the U.S. and Canada have met these strict requirements.