IREM Boston to mark “Ethics Awareness Month” - by Nancy Reno

August 02, 2019 - Owners Developers & Managers
Nancy Reno

Boston Metropolitan Chapter No. 4. of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) will join other IREM chapters across the U.S. and internationally in September to mark “IREM Ethics Awareness Month.” 

IREM members don’t just talk the talk when it comes to ethics, but they also walk the walk. As a condition of membership, all IREM members must pledge to adhere to the rigorously enforced IREM Code of Professional Ethics, with violations subject to serious disciplinary action, including expulsion. 

Boston Metropolitan Chapter No. 4 is dedicated to delivering leading-edge networking and educational offerings for every stage of your career, evolving with you to provide lifelong professional development opportunities. Serving real estate professionals who manage all property types, we have been an integral force in the New England region, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont area since 1938. 

We are dedicated to delivering leading-edge networking and educational offerings for every stage of your career, growing with you to provide lifelong professional development opportunities. Educational scholarship fund applications can be requested at IREMBOSTON@iremboston.com.

The New England Chapter was founded on May 4, 1938, providing IREM services within its geographical region. The growth of the chapter over the past 81 years has paralleled the expansion of the real estate industry and the property management profession in its region of influences.

The growth of the chapter has progressed over the years due to intensive committee service; cooperative and strong liaison with related professional groups; with government agencies; and strong involvement in the community. This has indeed spelled out the formula for success and continued membership expansion.

The chapter has established several Distinguished Service Awards, which serve to honor prominent individuals in the community and profession including: 

• CPM of the Year; 

• ARM of the Year; 

• Student of the Year; 

• Associate member of the Year;

• ACM of the Year; 

• New England Property Manager “Life Time Achievement Award”;

• Friend of IREM; and 

• Professional Women of the Year. 

Nominations are solicited by the general membership. 2019 Submission can be sent to IREMBoston@iremboston.com.

Nancy Reno, CPM is the 2019 president of the IREM Boston Metropolitan Chapter #4 and is vice president, of marketing & training for Housing Management Resources AMO, Quincy, Mass.

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