KW Property Management & Consulting Wins 2018 Readers’ Choice Diamond Award from the Florida Community Association Journal

19 March 2018

Leading property management company takes home highest honor in audience-voted industry award

MIAMI – March 16, 2018 – KW Property Management & Consulting, one of the industry’s premier residential property management companies, has been voted a 2018 Florida Community Association Journal Readers’ Choice winner. The company received the Diamond Award, the top level of recognition for its category.

The FLCAJ Readers’ Choice Awards acknowledge the top community association providers in the state of Florida. In the fifth annual round of voting, more than 7,000 votes were cast in the online voting system among the field of more than 340 nominated companies.

“We are honored by this prestigious recognition from the community associations we serve,” said KWPMC Managing Director and Co-Founder Paul Kaplan. “It is a testament to our incredible leadership team and our hard-working people on the ground. They go the extra mile to ensure our customers have a superior experience.”

The FLCAJ honor follows KWPMC being named Best Multi-Family Property Management Firm in the Daily Business Review’s “Best of 2017” issue. It was also included in the “Best of 2017 Hall of Fame,” which recognizes companies that have been ranked in the top two in a category over the past three years.

KWPMC recently completed a multi-pronged rebranding effort highlighted by the launch of a brand-new website, company tagline and programming aimed at enhancing the lives of the residents it serves. The company also opened a new West Palm Beach office and significantly expanded its Miami headquarters and Broward County regional office.

“We have come a long way since starting our company in 2004,” said KWPMC Managing Director and Co-Founder Robert White. “We look forward to continued growth of our portfolio and team in the coming months.”

KWPMC has more than 1,300 employees and 70,000 units under management.

Florida Community Association Journal serves to build relationships between managers, board members and others with community association experience.