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Thank You for the Last Five Years
Thank You for the Last Five Years

For the past five years, I've had the honor of deeply engaging with the Apartment Association of Metro Denver. Unlike some associations that primarily focus on social events, AAMD is dedicated to driving impact and value by fostering relationships, providing education, taking legislative action,... Continue Reading

Postedby Jared Miller
Date posted02/2/2024


The ABCs for Slow Leasing Season: Always Be Cleaning
The ABCs for Slow Leasing Season: Always Be Cleaning

It's the new year - ready or not! The snow is falling, the holiday lights are coming down and if you work in our business... the slower leasing season has arrived (which can feel like our stockings got filled with coal). BAH HUMBUG! Generally, in these cold months of December and January, we feel... Continue Reading

Postedby Bob Donahue
Date posted01/5/2024


Ed Schell Installed as Secretary of NAA’s National Supplier’s Council
Ed Schell Installed as Secretary of NAA’s National Supplier’s Council

Last month at NAA’s Assembly of Delegates, long time AAMD Leader and Hall of Fame member Ed Schell was installed as the Secretary of the National Supplier’s Council. Ed has been involved with NAA through committees and the National Supplier’s Council for approximately 10 years,... Continue Reading

Date posted01/5/2024


Teo Nicolais Named CPM of the Year by IREM
Teo Nicolais Named CPM of the Year by IREM

Teo Nicolais was recently named the 2023 Certified Property Manager (CPM) of the Year by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Greater Denver for his work on Academic Engagement. Teo represented the property management industry at events at the University of Denver, served as a... Continue Reading

Date posted01/5/2024


Aligning Philanthropic & Business Goals
Aligning Philanthropic & Business Goals

Kit Baker Carr, Executive Director for Entryway Denver, speaks at a recent Housing Summit When we can marry helping people philanthropically and helping people through our business goals it’s a win win proposition. Over the past few months AAMD has launched new partnerships with... Continue Reading

Postedby Mark Williams
Date posted10/6/2023


Building Upon A Great Year for AAMD
Building Upon A Great Year for AAMD

Amie Robertshaw delivered incredible leadership and accomplishments over the last year and left some big shoes to fill. AAMD will continue to focus on building on those accomplishments. I would like to thank the board of directors, committee chairs, vice chairs, members and supplier partners for... Continue Reading

Postedby Jared Miller
Date posted07/7/2023


Board Of Directors FY23 Election Results
Board Of Directors FY23 Election Results

The general election concluded on May 8, 2023, and the results were certified by the Nomination Task Force on May 9, 2023. Congratulations to the following Board Members and Councils that were elected. 2023-2024 Networking Council: Bob Donahue (Chair), AMLI Residential Aimee Duplessie... Continue Reading

Date posted06/2/2023


Person of the Year 2023 Finalists
Person of the Year 2023 Finalists

Each year the Apartment Association recognizes someone as the “Person of the Year.” Here is a brief look at the finalists for this award. CARY BRUTEIG | Apartment Insights In the past year, when the researcher of AAMD's 40-year-old Vacancy and Rent report retired, Cary stepped up... Continue Reading

Date posted06/2/2023


Multifamily Heroes: Look No Further Than the Women in our Industry
Multifamily Heroes: Look No Further Than the Women in our Industry

Last year, Dictionary.com selected “woman” as its word of the year for 2022. There were manywomen who set great milestones. Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first black woman Supreme Court justice and Laurie Leshin became the first female to lead JPL (leading USA’s first... Continue Reading

Postedby Tamera Greene
Date posted05/4/2023


Which Came First... The Chicken, the Egg or Rent Control?
Which Came First... The Chicken, the Egg or Rent Control?

High housing prices and rents are the result of a supply demand imbalance. If you don’t believe that, consider the recent well publicized case of egg prices. In this case, the chicken really did come first, and legislators are egging housing providers. Egg suppliers were forced to reduce... Continue Reading

Postedby Rocky Sundling
Date posted04/7/2023


Born To Run: Lessons from the Road
Born To Run: Lessons from the Road

I started running when I was 4 years old. Running is big part of who I am and has influenced me in many ways and it continues to do so. People will ask, “Why do you do that? That looks like no fun.” While others understand the pull of that early morning run that drags you out of... Continue Reading

Date posted03/3/2023


The Little Things
The Little Things

What Stephen R. Covey, Varsity Blues, and Punk Rock taught me about managing apartments. As every Broncos fan has experienced for the past seven seasons, I am sitting here in football misery knowing that my team is not going to a play-off game, let alone winning a championship any time soon.... Continue Reading

Postedby Bob Donahue
Date posted03/3/2023