Phoenix multifamily veteran Michelle Jenson has joined Sares Regis Group’s SRG Residential division as Regional Vice President. Michelle brings more than 20 years of multifamily housing management experience in the Phoenix metropolitan area to SRG. She has extensive experience in lease-up and new development, rebranding assets, conventional assets, as well as repositioning assets for sale.
SRG Residential President Jeff Bailey says, “I know Michelle will be a great fit, and this addition shows SRG’s commitment to growing our management footprint throughout Arizona. Michelle brings a wealth of management experience to the team with a proven track record of adding value to the equation for both investors and clients."
“We welcome Michelle to SRG Residential and are excited to bring her leadership, skill, and enthusiasm to our team as we expand our management portfolio in Arizona. In addition to gaining Michelle’s expertise in multifamily, her knowledge of the Arizona market and proven record of success align with our long-term plans to serve the region’s expanding housing needs,” said Sheri Druckman, SRG Residential Management Vice President of Business Development.
Before joining Sares Regis Group, Michelle held prior leadership roles at Greystar, Gray Development, and Simpson Property Group. She earned her CAM Designation in 2009, holds her Arizona Real Estate License and is currently pursuing her CPM Designation. In 2018, Michelle was named Arizona Multi-housing Association’s Property Supervisor of the Year.
Michelle says, “Sares Regis Group has quickly shown to be a people-first company. When personnel is not overloaded with administrative tasks, they can get out and sell the apartment home lifestyle and create value for our residents, teams, and clients. I am excited to join such a skilled team of experts in the apartment industry. This team is setting a new standard in the Phoenix metropolitan market. I am looking forward to expanding the Arizona portfolio and providing our clients with advanced opportunities to increase their bottom line.”