The Rental Division welcomes Jason Swierczynski to lead the team in continued growth. “The company is growing at such a rapid rate and I want to be part of that,” Jason exclaimed.
As the Rental Division Manager, Jason’s mission is to set the standard for customer-focused operations, coach the leasing and rental management staff, and enable resources for all internal and external rental clients.
Jason’s philosophy is that when the team takes care of the customers first, all other goals will be subsequently achieved. He emphasizes that rental customers are both property owners (investors) and tenants.
“I want to evolve the company so we are moving ahead in utilizing social media (to market properties). I’d also like to take on new accounts for rental management and expand the areas of commercial, retail, and multi-family.” Other goals will be to keep vacancy rates and delinquencies to a minimum while fostering long-term client partnerships.
Jason ‘s experience includes being Regional Manager for The Scion Group, Property Manager for Capstone, Leasing Manager for West Run Apartments, and Community Assistant for Jefferson at California. At Scion, Jason managed 2,000 rental units with an average 94% occupancy rate and directed 140+ employees. For Capstone, Jason managed properties with 98% occupancy rate across three different markets and supervised a staff of 30. Prior to that, Jason led a team of 15 and handled all aspects of leasing and advertising.
Jason holds a Bachelor of Science-Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from California University of PA, California PA. His leadership helped properties earn the October 2011 Best Lease Turn Around/Comeback Property of the Year at CLV in October 2011 and the 2006 Diamond Award, JPI-Property of the Year.
When asked what he likes most about Henderson Properties, Jason responded:
“The company has a family atmosphere. I love how diverse we are, with having maintenance and sales also. That’s a perk that other companies can’t offer. We are so well-rounded.”