Given the current public health outbreak, Standard Management Company (SMC) provides resources and security for both staff members and residents at each Reno and Las Vegas property during this unprecedented time.
“Now more than ever, we need to come together as a community,” said May Sweeney, Regional Manager. “Even though on-site common areas are closed, our team has been prepared and have worked hard to create a virtual community during this time.”
Maintenance teams will be providing virtual tutorials for tenants instead of in-person visits, excluding emergency work orders, to ensure their residents are taken care of.
SMC is based on community value and safety that prioritizes resident resources like the Resident Relief Fund, ensuring proper financial resources are accessible to those in fiscal hardship, this is available at all locations. There will be no evictions during this time and there is a freeze on pricing increase.
“In the 65 years of Standard Management, there has never been layoffs of employees while enduring a crisis, we fight to protect jobs,” said Tony Kuper, Director of Residential Operations. “Our team stands behind our staff and residents by saving staff jobs and putting our residents first.”
Considering the economic climate, a cease to increased rent renewals has been decided and confirmed by the SMC team during the pandemic. While on-site staff members are still in the office, they keep conversations going by assisting prospective renters in a virtual leasing option.
“The Standard Management staff goes above and beyond to make their residents feel welcomed and appreciated,” said Boulders Resident. “They have provided us with helpful resources and kept a great sense of community even through these uncertain times.”
For more resident information, please visit standardmanagement.com or call the front office of any one of the property locations.
About Standard Management Company
Standard Management Company’s mission is to deliver superior returns for real estate investors. They do this through active management of their existing portfolio; acquisition of existing income property or origination of short-term loans secured by real estate in California and neighboring states. Since 1961, they have implemented this mission into their business plans. For more information about Standard Management Company, please visit standardmanagement.com.
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