In pursuit of service

Military veterans find meaningful success in property management careers

Every year, more than 200,000 people complete their service in the United States military and begin what is called the “civilian transition.” Among the tasks on their checklist at this time is career exploration. From keen leadership skills to creative tactics for problem-solving, veterans’ skill sets are highly prized by employers.

For some veterans, roles in property management make for perfect transitions, allowing them to continue serving others, thinking on their feet, and leading teams. To highlight the mutually beneficial relationship between veterans and real estate management, here are the stories of three property managers, their journeys from the military to their careers, and why they think this profession is such a great fit for other veterans.

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