Commercial Real Estate

MEB wins national award for program that helps end homelessness

MEB Management Services won a prestigious Real Estate Excellence Award (REME) for Workplace Environment last weekend at the IREM Executive Educational Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Accepting the REME Award for MEB Management are (right in photo, l to r) Dalia Bureker, Vice President and Assistant Director of Operations for MEB, Kelly Weakley, Association Executive IREM Greater Phoenix Chapter, Libby Ekre, MEB Principle, and Debra Fox Hill, NPM Staffing, Arizona Branch Sales Manager.

MEB was honored for its Big Audacious Miracle (BAM) program, which is focused on ending homelessness and encouraging employees to reach out to local communities with the goal of making sure that every person has a home. MEB was up against two national and international firms.
“MEB is so honored to be recognized by an organization like IREM, especially when we are in the same category as large national firms who have significantly more resources to devote to training, wellness, and team member support,” said Melanie Morrison, CPM, Designated Broker at MEB.
“IREM is the gold standard in our industry, so the recognition really means a lot. We’ll continue to strive for excellence, knowing that it is our team members who make MEB successful and enrich the lives of our clients and residents,” Morrison said.
The REME Awards recognize real estate management companies and individuals for innovative, leading-edge, business practices and initiatives. They also recognize successful initiatives that foster innovation within the real estate management industry both locally and globally.

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