“Brent has been instrumental in WPM’s growth and success,” said Melissa Gambuto, president of WPM Multifamily Real Estate. “He is a thoughtful leader who is continually looking for new and better ways of doing things and we are delighted to have brought his talents to this new role.
OWINGS MILLS, Maryland (PRWEB)
April 28, 2022
WPM Real Estate Management, one of the leading real estate management organizations serving the Mid-Atlantic region, is pleased to announce the promotion of Brent Gratton to Vice President of Marketing. Gratton will continue to oversee marketing and communications for the company’s multi-family portfolio, while expanding her responsibilities to represent WPM’s marketing interests to the management team and provide marketing direction to business development efforts. In this new role, he will also serve as a marketing resource for other divisions and advise on marketing strategy for the company’s senior communities.
“Over the past 10 years, Brent has played an important role in WPM’s growth and success,” said Melissa Gambuto, president of WPM Multifamily Real Estate. “He is a thoughtful leader who is continually looking for new and better ways of doing things and we are delighted that he is bringing his talents to this new role.”
Most recently, Gratton served as director of multimedia marketing and communications for WPM’s multifamily real estate division. He joined WPM in 2012 and has over 20 years of sales and marketing experience, with over 15 years of residential and commercial property management experience. His career in the multifamily housing industry includes a concentration of experience with new construction and adaptive reuse projects. He has led marketing efforts for over 20 leased properties and managed ongoing marketing efforts for over 50 stabilized properties in distinct markets across Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Virginia. He currently serves as chair of WPM’s Community Impact Committee and Multi-Family Marketing and Training Committee and is a member of the Multi-Family Recruiting Committee as well as the division’s Next Leadership group.
“It is an honor to work with such a talented team of individuals and leaders at WPM,” said Gratton. “WPM has a strong culture rooted in training, growth and opportunity for its associates. I am excited to take on this new role to help the company grow and develop, while continuing to deliver the high performance results our customers know and expect.
Gratton is active with the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA). He continues his training at IREM and is currently a candidate for the Certified Property Manager (CPM). He is Google Ads Display and Google Ads Search certified and helped WPM achieve Google Partner status in 2021. He received the Outstanding Achievement Award from WPM Real Estate Management in 2014 and again in 2016. Baltimore Lifetime Resident , Gratton is a graduate of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. and holds a bachelor’s degree from Towson University.
About WPM Property Management:
WPM Real Estate Management is an Accredited Management Organization® (AMO®) that provides real estate management for more than 23,000 homes and 40,000 people in the Mid-Atlantic and MidSouth regions, including Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Virginia. The primary focus of the business is residential: multi-family, condominiums, seniors’ residences, student residences, and homeowners’ association communities. Additionally, it has an extensive managed portfolio of commercial, industrial and retail properties. WPM ranked #1 on the Baltimore Business Journal’s list of Baltimore-area’s largest residential property management companies year-over-year. The company has also been recognized as one of Baltimore’s Best Places to Work by The Baltimore Sun, ranking among the Top Large Employers for ten consecutive years. The company employs over 450 employees at over 150 properties.
For more information about WPM Real Estate Management, visit the WPM website at http://www.wpmllc.com.
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