Baltimore Business Journal Ranks WPM as the Largest Residential Property Manager in the Baltimore Area for the Fifth Consecutive Year
April 28, 2017 (Owings Mills, MD) – WPM Real Estate Management has been ranked #1 on the Baltimore Business Journal 2017 List of Largest Residential Property Management Companies in the Baltimore Area. This is the fifth consecutive year (the list was not produced in 2016) WPM has topped the list of the 25 largest companies managing residential properties in the Baltimore region.
WPM manages some of the region’s most high-profile properties; condominiums such as Silo Point in Locust Point and The Warrington in Guilford, and multifamily properties such as 520 Park, the historic conversion of the former Hochschild Kohn department store warehouse turned luxury apartment community in Mt. Vernon and 1901 South Charles and 2 Wells in South Baltimore. WPM boasts more than 130 multifamily rental communities, condominiums, home owner associations and commercial properties under management in the Mid-Atlantic region.
“WPM is committed to the communities and residents we serve,” says WPM Chairman Mark Caplan. “We’ve worked diligently to become the premier, full-service property management firm in the region. We believe that our team’s proactive stance, accessibility and responsiveness have helped us achieve our position as the #1 Largest Property Manager in the Baltimore area, and we thank them for their service.”
The Baltimore Business Journal (BBJ) publishes a book of lists that provides listings of hundreds of the top leading companies in their fields, by ranking in the Baltimore area. The Book of Lists offers essential information on the leading buyers, businesses and employers in over 60 of the United States’ most dynamic markets. Click Here to See the Complete Ranking of Residential Property Managers in the 2017 Book of Lists.
About WPM Real Estate Management:
WPM Real Estate Management is an Accredited Management Organization® (AMO®) that provides property management for over 19,000 homes and 36,000 people in the Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area and Southern Pennsylvania. While historically, the company’s primary focus has been and reputation was made managing residential: multifamily, condominium, senior housing, student housing, and homeowner association communities, for a number of years now WPM has also grown its portfolio of commercial, industrial, and retail properties. WPM has been recognized as one of Baltimore’s Top Workplaces by The Baltimore Sun for the last 5 years. The company employs nearly 500 employees, with 80 at the corporate office and more than 400 on location.
For more information about WPM Real Estate Management, visit the WPM website at www.wpmllc.com.