FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BAM central office
INDIANAPOLIS, IN–January, 2017– Barratt Asset Management’s newest team member, Catherine Hollon, brings over 14 years of Multifamily Property Management experience to the BAM Team. Catherine has spent the last several years developing and expanding her professional skill set with managerial responsibility for more than 6,000 units around the Midwest. As the new Regional Property Manager, Catherine is responsible for the oversight of BAM’s current portfolio.
“The recent high profile acquisitions by BAM played a big role in my decision to join the company,” says Catherine. “An opportunity to be a part of something growing at such a rate was very enticing, as is the chance to manage the entirety of a rapidly expanding portfolio.” Catherine adds that “the welcoming atmosphere of the BAMFam was more than enough to seal the deal.”
“With the addition of Catherine, we’ve landed an excellent leader for our management division.” says Adam Ehret, Principal and VP of Acquisitions & Asset Management. “This will allow us to maintain focus on expansion, while bearing down on our current holdings. We’re really excited to bring Catherine on board.”
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Barratt Asset Management
Barratt asset Management is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, and was formed in July 2010. BAM specializes in the acquisition and management of income producing properties, primarily multi family apartments communities. Our goal is to provide an array of real estate services, utilizing the knowledge and strengths of our employees and local market expertise to achieve maximum benefit for our residents and our investors. From humble beginnings BAM has grown from management of a small properties to over 100 million in total assets under management and ownership. With a mindset of steady and deliberate growth the company continues to expand its portfolio. The team is comprised of thirty employees with many decades of experience in apartment management and ownership. Further, the company strives to execute best practices in leasing/marketing, back office infrastructure, technology, timely service, internal strives to perform at a high level for its own portfolio as well as its third party property management portfolio.