||PROPERTY MANAGEMENT WITH A PERSONAL TOUCH|
THE ORIGINS OF COMPANY NAMES CAN SOMETIMES BE SURPRISING.
Contrary to popular belief, Sherman Property Management, Inc. is not named for a person, but rather, a street.
father, Bill Swartz Jr., started a business on Sherman Street back in
the 70s,” explained founder Bill Swartz III. “The Sherman name pays
tribute to his customer service philosophy and work ethic. We listen to
the needs of property owners who expect us to find qualified and
reliable residents for their properties. We also listen to the needs of
residents who want a nice place to live, great customer service and
speedy maintenance response. Our team at Sherman works hard to help
transform buildings into communities that attract and retain residents.
We have many long-term residents and property owners, and I think those
are the key to our success.”
leadership of Swartz and his equal partner, Gena Dwyer, who joined the
fi rm in 2008, Sherman has played a significant role in the
revitalization of many properties in the heart of York County.
“We recognized an untapped market for high-quality residences in the city,” Dwyer said. “Teamwork between the city, visionary investors and our dedicated, experienced staff has paid off . Codo 241 and Codo 28 are great
examples of that idea brought to life.”
The Sherman recipe for success includes hands-on ownership, outstanding customer service and community involvement. By specializing in the management of apartments, homes, condominiums and small commercial sites, the company is able to focus on goals of high owner return, high occupancy rates, timely maintenance services and excellent communications.
Swartz is active in the Rotary Club of York. He was also recognized as one of the Central Penn Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 in 2008.
--Central Penn Business Journal. Milestone 2013