RealManage Introduces "Green Communities" Initiative

Addison, TX (PressExposure) June 20, 2009 -- RealManage announced today that it has developed an extensive "Green Communities" initiative, a program designed to enhance the environmental and economic sustainability of the communities the company manages throughout the U.S.

"Our operating philosophy is 'Best People, Best Practices and Best Technology' and it is definitely a best practice for us all to be good stewards of the resources of our residents and our communities" said Duane McPherson, division president of the company's Northern California operation and the company's green initiatives coordinator. "The RealManage green communities initiative is a multi-faceted program that translates into lower operating costs and a lower environmental impact for the communities we manage. Our program includes the evaluation and implementation of initiatives that are bearable, viable and equitable for all the community constituents including the residents, the board, the management company, the vendors, as well as the environmental and economic impact."

RealManage offers a unique portal system for all key constituents (board members, residents, title agents, realtors, etc.) that provides community, account and transaction information electronically, rather than in printed form, to lower the environmental impact and lower to cost of management. The company has also developed several best practice white papers that offers HOA board members tips and tactics on how to lower the cost and environmental impact of their community's operations.

About RealManage LLC

RealManage is a property management firm that manages hundreds of community associations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada and Texas, including homeowner associations (HOAs), condominium associations, cooperatives, municipal utility districts, luxury high-rises and large master-planned communities. For more information, visit

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Press Release Submitted On: June 20, 2009 at 7:35 am
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