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Local Corvias communities receive national honors

By Staff Report, posted 3 months ago

Corvias received national honors for its military property management services for independent resident satisfaction. 

Resident satisfaction was measured through a survey by SatisFacts, a national leader for technology, data, and education in the multifamily industry. SatisFacts provides feedback to increase resident satisfaction and improve property management operations.

National Property Awards were given to several Corvias military communities that maintained a resident satisfaction score of four out of five for property management services. Some of those locations are in Fort Bragg: Ardennes/Bataan, Casablanca/Anzio Acres, Corregidor/ Bougainville, Hammond Hills, Nijmegen, Normandy/Bastogne Gables, Pope AFB, Ste Mere Eglise, and Randolph Pointe.

"These awards are very meaningful to our highly-dedicated team, who demonstrate each and every day a culture of excellence and constant improvement, as well as a deep and personal pride in serving those who serve," said Holly Costello, senior vice president of Corvias Property Management.

Corvias Property Management manages 22,000 residential units and provides on-post housing to more than 72,000 residents.

"Corvias is proud to partner with the U.S. Army to provide on-post housing, as well as solutions for energy resiliency and sustainability,” said Pete Sims, managing director at Corvias.“This survey, because it has multiple touchpoints with residents and is integrally structured and administered by a third party, helps us understand what we should continue doing and where we can improve even more."

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