Evernest, a national, full-service real estate and property management firm, announced today that they have acquired Arizona-based Stratton Property Management.
The acquisition adds approximately 100 homes to Evernest’s Tucson portfolio and, along with other recent purchases, boosts the firm’s overall properties managed to more than 15,000 nationwide.
“We closed on another Tucson company just last month, so we’re hard at work building a solid footprint here,” said Matthew Whitaker, Evernest Founder and CEO. “Our plan is to become a one-stop shop for the Arizona-focused real estate investor, like we are in so many of our other markets.”
“Evernest’s high standards and commitment to quality were a key consideration in selling our business,” said Stratton Property Management co-owner Pete Peterson.
“We are confident in their ability to offer our clients all the benefits of a large, multi-state firm along with the perks of a local, Arizona-specific team,” added co-owner Angie Kuzma.
Stratton Property Management is the 37th organization purchased by Evernest, one of twelve purchased within the last six months, and one of four that closed 12/31/22. “Our goal is to find best-in-class property management providers in select markets who are ready to exit the industry,” said Whitaker. “We take the legacy they’ve built and infuse it with our distinctive culture – which includes a boots on the ground team, in-house brokerage services, and in-house underwriting – and provide a national, world-class, property management experience for our owners and residents.”
Based in Birmingham, Ala., Evernest operates in 29 real estate markets across the country. It is one of the nation’s largest single-family and small multifamily investment brokers and property management providers. The firm manages more than 15,000 homes for over 5,500 owners, brokers more than 1,000 investment deals annually, and has made the Inc. 5000 list six of the last seven years. Learn more about Evernest at Evernest.co.
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