IREM gears up to celebrate and congratulate brightest and best.
"Paul Gottsegen embodies all that the CPM[R] stands for--he has achieved professional excellence through significant real estate management experience, combined with extensive education and high ethics," commented Dawn Carpenter, CPM[R] and President of the Greater NY Chapter.
Paul Gottsegen, CPM serves as the Executive Vice President and Director of Halstead Management Company, LLC. which manages almost 8,000 multi-family units in the New York City area.
He has over 25 years experience in real estate, encompassing all facets of Rental, Cooperative and Condominium management.
Prior to his leadership position with Halstead, Mr. Gottsegen was a Managing Director at the Insignia Residential Group. Previously, he held the position of Owner and Chief Executive of Soren Management, Inc. and, prior to that, he served as a Vice President with Douglas Elliman-Gibbons & Ives. Gottsegen is a New York State licensed real estate broker, an Honorary Member of the New York Building Managers' Association, an Honorary Associate Member of the Scandinavian American Building Managers Guild, and a member of the Real Estate Board of New York's res.
He holds the national designation of Certified Property Manager (CPM) awarded by the Institute of Real Estate Management in Chicago, Illinois.
In addition to honoring Gottsegen, other award winners include Sheldon Evans, CPM, who will be presented with the Humanitarian of the Year award for, among other things, his work for over 25 years with the Board of Community Access.
Evans was the first landlord to rent apartments to the formerly mentally ill. Because of his good experience, others followed his lead.
DeWitt Stern Group, Inc. and National Maintenance Service will be awarded the Industry Partners of the Year and Erol Hernandez will be presented with the CPM Candidate of the Year award.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2006|
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