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The Villas at Greenview Hosts Fundraiser for Great Mills H.S. Shooting Survivor

On April 7th, 2018 the Villas at Greenview, a townhome community managed by Cove Property Management hosted a fundraiser to raise money for Great Mills High School shooting victim Desmond Barnes. Barnes and his family have been long time residents of the Villas at Greenview, which is a very tight knit community. The 14 year old student sustained a gunshot wound to the leg when a gunman opened fire at the high school on March 20th, 2018.

The fundraiser consisted of Cove  owners purchasing food, drinks and goodies and team members from the Villas at Greenview preparing the food and baking cookies. A $5 minimum donation was asked for each meal, but most people gave more. Additionally, the party band Funkzilla provided amazing entertainment at no cost. The fundraiser lasted 3 hours and helped the Villas at Greenview raise $1,032.00 in cash donations for Desmond, and Cove owners gave the family a $1,200 rent credit. Sonya Campbell, Director of Operations at Cove  stated: “It was amazing to see the outpouring of love and support for Desmond Barnes. Our entire team stayed the whole day, prepared and distributed all the food and would not accept payment to do so. Desmond and his family  are amazing!  #DESMONDSTRONG” Residents from Cove’s other communities volunteered their time for the fundraiser as well, and neighbors of the family started a fundraising page on youcaring.com which has raised over $25k.

 

Cove welcomes Towson Woods to its growing portfolio

Effective January 1st 2018, Cove Property Management assumed management of Towson Woods Apartments, 168 apartments located on Kenilworth Ave, directly across the street from the newly renovated The Shops at Kenilworth and Trader Joes.

In the heart of Towson, the spacious apartments of Towson Woods offer a combination of comfort and convenience unparalleled in the area. Continue reading

Caitlin Shrum of Cove Property Management has received her ARM designation

We are proud to announce that Caitlin Shrum of Cove Property Management has received her ARM designation and pin during the IREM Chapter 16 December meeting. Catilin has worked tirelessly as Assistant Manager of Villas at Greenview and Park Villas in St. Mary’s county since 8/1/2013. The ARM designation, which is only earned through hard work and experience as a residential real estate manager, further shows Caitlin’s demonstrated excellence, effectiveness, and vision of an even better career. Those who hold the ARM certification find that their investment has elevated their career, personal growth, and respect within the industry. Congratulations to Caitlin!

For more information on the ARM designation, please click on the following link: http://www.irem.org/credentials/for-individuals/arm

Stephen Margerum elected as the vice president of MMHA

The Maryland Multi-Housing Association, which represents providers of rental housing and professional residential services, has elected officers for its board of directors.

Keith Gillan, president of Murn Management, was elected president of the board. Stephen Margerum, founder of Cove Property Management, is the new vice president; Steve Weidner, president of Carpet Consultants, is now treasurer; and Patrick Butler, a vice president at Bozzuto Management, has been elected secretary.

The Maryland Multi-Housing Association serves the multi-housing industry and our communities by promoting and maintaining the highest professional standards of excellence.

Keith Gillan, Stephen Margerum, Steve Weidner and Patrick Butler | MMHA