• FOR THOSE WHO
    MANAGE

    TO MAKE A

    DIFFERENCE

  • FOR THOSE WHO
    MANAGE

    TO MAKE A

    DIFFERENCE

  • FOR THOSE WHO
    MANAGE

    TO MAKE A

    DIFFERENCE

  • FOR THOSE WHO
    MANAGE

    TO MAKE A

    DIFFERENCE

  • FOR THOSE WHO
    MANAGE

    TO MAKE A

    DIFFERENCE

About IREM

The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) is an international community of real estate managers dedicated to ethical business practices, maximizing the value of investment real estate, and promoting superior management through education and information sharing. An affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS®, IREM is the home for all industry professionals connected to real estate management – and the only organization serving both the multi-family and commercial sectors.

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Membership

2018 is your year to advance your Property Management career! Let IREM help!
Preview the
member types and benefits to see which category is right for you!

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Use your Voice

Rent Control is on the horizon...
Please read the article by Ted Thurn, Director, Government Affairs, at IREM HQ. This thoughtful presentation of the issues will help here in Washington State as we take on a great battle in 2019.

Want more? Check out this California
Rent Control Study!

New: 2018 Seattle Rental Housing Study

Legislators are in their Districts after the session and want to hear from their constituents. Now is a perfect time to invite them to coffee.

Share with them what is important to you. Ask them how adopted legislation will impact you and your business and when.

Interested in politics? The time to be active is now!

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Upcoming Events

Welcome To IREM Western Washington

We will help you:

  • Expand your network of contacts and business opportunities through meetings and events.
  • Find service providers best equipped to improve your efficiency and reduce costs.
  • Get better at your job…immediately.  Seminars, courses and learning events will ensure that you stay up to date on best practices, trends and technology.
  • Discover a supportive network of colleagues in your area, working together to push the property management industry forward and add value to the places we live, work, shop and play.
The Western Washington Chapter was formed on May 21,1955. Today, our chapter roster is over 400 members who hold various IREM® designations and memberships. We promote ethical real estate management practices and the highest quality education to our members.

Backed by the IREM® brand the power and the power that comes with being an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS®, we add value to our members, who in turn add value to their teams, their workplaces, and the properties in their portfolios. With a global membership of more than 20,000 individuals, we share the same ideals: to advance the profession of real estate management; to support our members and others in the industry through every stage of their career; to provide the tools our members need to succeed; to provide the industry standard in credentialling for property management professionals. Our memberships empower college students, young professionals, and industry veterans who are committed to career advancement. Earning our credentials, including the CPM®, ARM®, ACoM, and AMO®, demonstrates a commitment to, and passion for, good management. These credentials, along with our courses and array of resources, all exist with one goal in mind – to make a difference in the careers of those who manage.

 

Latest News

  • In May, we welcomed Thomas Hires, ARM®, as our newest designee. Congrats, Thomas!
  • We celebrated with three members in April: Norm McCue, CPM, Past President of the Chapter, earned his CPM Emeritus pin; Wesley Jones, CPM, was sworn in as a new CPM Member; and Rebecca Swartz, ARM, was sworn in as a new ARM member. Congrats to all!
     
  • On March 28th, at the tour of the Commons at Ballard, the Chapter welcomed new members Elliot Sun, CPM, Keith Hubrath, ARM, Alexander Zamora, ARM, Matt Dobel, ARM, and Jaymie Barth, ARM. The tour was followed by a fun happy hour at gather, one of the commercial (restaurant) spaces on the ground floor.