Property Management Partnership
Are you looking for high-quality individuals who are excited to begin a career in the apartment industry? Tired of dealing with constant turnover in your entry-level positions?
Join the growing number of multifamily owners and operators who have experienced the benefits of hiring through Shelters to Shutters.
S2S staff works within the community where property management partners are located to identify individuals at risk of or experiencing homelessness who have the skills sought after for entry-level apartment positions. Individuals are vetted through screenings, in-depth interviews, and background checks.
Once an appropriate candidate is identified and hired, S2S Property Management Partners provide participants with on-site housing at a discounted rate to assist them in their transition back to economic self-sufficiency.
S2S regional coordinators are present every step of the way through this life-changing transition, providing regular case management support to participants. S2S is always available to address any questions or concerns Property Management Partners may have throughout the process.
Ready to get started? Contact Director of Programs Scott Pitts at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-634-5788.
What Our Property Management Partners Are Saying
“Shelters to Shutters is a great example of private sector collaboration making a difference for the most vulnerable in our community. Waterton is proud to be partnering with this unique organization. We look forward to seeing more real estate and property management companies come alongside this important cause to move the needle on the issue of homelessness together.”
Peter Vilim, Waterton Co-Founder and Co-Chairman.
“Homelessness is something that’s extremely important to us being in the housing industry. When we first learned about Shelters to Shutters, it was an obvious thing for us to get involved in…It’s an incredible program that I would encourage everybody in the multifamily business to take a good look at and see if they can get involved.”