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FBS takes home 4 awards at SDCAA’s 2014 Mark of Excellence

The
San Diego County Apartment Association’s (SDCAA) Mark of Excellence
Awards is one of Southern California’s biggest events to recognize
excellence and leadership in the rental housing industry. These awards
demonstrate characteristics that benchmark success.

The main
awards event recognizes individuals and properties that stand out in the
areas of leasing, management, resident retention, and maintenance. 
With both large and small properties represented, these awards encompass
the entire industry as a whole and recognize the best of the best.

Bree
Castro, Property Coordinator at FBS, took home the top award with a 1st
place win for Leasing Professional of the Year. Bree has shown
tremendous growth and passion for leasing. Her hard work and dedication
has led to hundreds of homes across San Diego being leased at an
incredible pace.

Jay Scheinok, Property Supervisor at FBS placed
3rd , out of a large group of nominees, for Property Manager of the
Year. This is an incredible accomplishment and a nod to the impact Jay
continues to have on the rental housing industry.  Placing top 3 in a
category filled with some of San Diego’s biggest companies, shows the
tremendous growth FBS and its employees continue to have.

Finally,
two properties managed by FBS were awarded 2nd and 3rd place for rental
community of the year. This award recognizes rental housing communities
that maintain the highest level of excellence in service, maintenance
and overall operation.

Congratulations to all the winners!

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