Leaders Coming Together

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The 5th annual 2019 CEO Summit kicked off last week in Columbus, OH. Managers from all across the country gathered for a 4-day summit and built bonds with fellow co-workers, received in-depth Entrata training and heard from vision leaders like VP of Operations, Jennifer Cooper. The summit wasn’t all business. Managers got to relieve some tension by throwing axes at Dueling Axes in downtown Columbus. It was a great bonding experience and an eye-opener for some to see how well accounting can throw an ax. Note: Make sure to get your receipts in on time. It was another successful summit and we are happy to have such a strong group of leaders. It should be an exciting 2019!!

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Did Someone Say Pancakes?

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It’s that time of year again! Please join us for some pancakes and fair housing training. This event is put on by Homestead and Bill Willis. He is a fantastic speaker that is engaging and informative. Be on the lookout for our fearless leader, Dave Anderson serving pancakes. We hear he is a great cook.
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Employee Spotlight: Rebekah Wolford, Community Manager, The Pavilion at North Grounds

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How long have you been with Homestead? 2 years this month
What were you doing before Homestead? Assistant Property Manager at a multi-family property
Where are you originally from? Small town south of Charlottesville, called Schuyler, VA, that was home to the show “The Waltons”, produced by Earl Hamner.
What are your two favorite hobbies? Traveling, festivals and being a Mom
What would you most like to tell your 13 year old self? Enjoy living off your parents while you can, these are the easy years in life!
Who is the most famous person you have ever met? Earl Hamner and Lil Scrappy from Love & Hip Hop
What is the ONE thing you can’t live without? My children
What is your proudest moment at HA/HU? Building an ongoing relationship with all members of my staff and having everyone working as a team. We have come together as a team to make our community a better place for our residents to live, and they can see the difference. I will say my success, our community’s success, would not be possible if it were not for the amazing team I have in place at this time!

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Welcome, Anne Perry

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Please give a warm welcome to Anne Perry. University Village Community Manager. Anne comes with experience, laughter and drive. UV is one of our flagship communities and we look forward to the leadership and vision she brings.
From everyone at Homestead, Welcome Anne!

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Happy Holidays from Homestead!

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We hope everyone had a great holiday and New Year’s celebration! From our annual Homestead America Holiday Party to all of the Homestead U holiday get togethers, we are happy to have each and every one of you on our team. Congrats to our Homestead America employees and their awards:

Michelle Bukey – MVP Admin Home Office

Kerry Jeffers & Constance Wills – Village West Property of the Year

Greg Burchwell – Employee of the Year

Junior – Maintenance MVP

Greg Burchwell, Miami Ratliff, Mike Hess, Jennifer Radcliffe – 10 years

Rae McKenney – 11 years

Click here to view the full gallery on our Facebook page!

Warm Wishes from Homestead U

Homestead U made sure to spread joy and cheer with their team photos. We are excited for a great year in 2019!

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“Family, great friends, a good laugh & beautiful weather are the best cures”

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Employee Spotlight

Congrats to Alvis “Junior” Horn

“He is consistently one of the hardest working employees that we have, he goes above and beyond to take care of his property on a daily basis as well as assist other communities whenever needed. He is willing to train new maintenance tech’s with patience, guidance, and brings great knowledge to the HA Team. He has grown in his role as a leader. His team and all who know him have a kind regard and respect for him as a leader and a person. He also will work OT for his property, or anyone else’s to make sure that a resident is taken care of. With this being said he does it with a smile and never a complaint!!”

“Junior is one of the hardest working people we have on our team. He has worked hundreds of hours of overtime this year – MOST of that to help save his property money from hiring contractors. He is well respected by his team. He is well liked by Residents, Colleagues, and Vendors. His friendly personality is so welcoming! He has taken on several training sessions with employees outside his own team this year to teach them a skill. He embodies ALL of Homestead’s core values – Integrity, Accountability, Teamwork, Positive Outlook, and Professionalism.”

“His hard work and dedication to Century goes way above expectation. He has saved thousands of dollars by doing tasks in-house vs using contractors. He will never say no to anyone that needs help. You have to make him go home!”

Junior – Thank you so much for being a valuable member of the Homestead Team and for all your efforts!

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Happy Veteran’s Day

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Happy Veterans Day to our Homestead family!! We are proud of everyone who has served for our country, thank you for all that you’ve done. We appreciate your service!

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HU Halloween

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From the Cottages Haunted House Party to The View’s Price Is Right, HU really kicked off Halloween this year!

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Reverse Raffle Benefitting the Community Assistance Foundation

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Homestead America helped contribute to the Columbus Assistance Foundation – a not for profit organization sponsored by the CAA that provides financial assistance to other charitable organizations in Central Ohio that support housing related missions. Everyone walked out a winner!

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