Holland Residential is now engaged in the management of 56 communities (17,093 units), including 11 projects under construction, with ancillary office and retail space in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona and Colorado. We consistently outperform our peers in revenue growth with our fully integrated operating platform that maximizes asset value, drives qualified demand, attracts high rent payers, and elevates tenant retention. This translates to a higher NOI and ultimately a higher asset value.
We do this by using a comprehensive five-point customer centric platform spanning aspirational marketing, state of the art data mining, superior point of sale execution, exceptional business intelligence and a streamlined administration platform.
Each regional office is led by a Vice President who is directly supported by Regional Property Managers. The regional teams are directly linked with Holland’s corporate office through dedicated property-specific accountants, multi-layered support divisions and policy-driven processes dedicated to accuracy and accountability. The Holland organization currently employs over 700 associates with over 100 associates located at the corporate headquarters, including CEO Clyde Holland, President Tony D’Alto and department heads of Accounting, Construction, Human Resources, Information Technology and Marketing.
Holland Partner Group was founded with a vision to position ourselves as industry leaders by delivering superior customer service through great people. We are excited to provide our Associates with the tools to transform their job into a meaningful career. If you know somebody who would be interested, send them an email invite.
The California region consists of 6 properties located the Los Angeles, Rancho Cucamonga, Glendale and Oakland markets. The Arizona region consists of 2 properties positioned in Tempe and Scottsdale. Denver has 18 properties across the Denver Metro Area and surrounding cities. The Washington region has 14 properties throughout the greater Seattle region with many located in the urban node. Finally, the Oregon region consists of 11 properties located in the Greater Portland Metro.