TGM Associates' Zach Goldman to speak at IREM Panel on Energy Benchmarks
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NEW YORK, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TGM Associates is proud to announce the firm's partner and Director of Operations, Zach Goldman, will be speaking at the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) 6th Annual Property & Asset Management Conference: Building Operations Symposium. Mr. Goldman will be a panelist in a discussion titled "Beyond Boilers: Energy Management in Multifamily and Commercial Properties"on Wednesday, March 20th.
This panel will be moderated by David Hepinstall, Executive Director, Association for Energy Affordability, and will discuss current energy management trends impacting the multifamily industry.The discussion will highlight investments in energy efficiency projects, tools to effectively track and control energy and water costs, and government regulations impacting multi-family operations. Panelists will share what states and regions are currently experiencing this type of legislation and the overall financial impacts on property owners.
"Energy benchmarking is a relatively new concept in our industry, and successful property owners should pay close attention to these trends and market patterns. With local and federal governments mandating stringent energy efficiency standards, benchmarking has become a key element in building a strategic energy plan for any property. IREM is a fantastic organization which promotes superior real estate management and investment through education and information sharing," said Zach Goldman, Partner and Director of Operations for TGM Associates, an SEC-registered real estate investment advisory firm based in New York City.
For more information about TGM Associates or TGM Communities, please contact Arthur Kosmider, Marketing Manager for TGM or visit www.TGMAssociates.com
About TGM Associates
Founded in 1991, TGM Associates is an investment advisory firm with a single focus -- multifamily properties. TGM specializes in acquisitions, property management, leasing, construction, property maintenance and dispositions. On behalf of its investor clients, TGM acquires, manages and sells apartment properties throughout the United States. TGM Associates property management brand is TGM Communities and operates all of TGM Associates' assets. Since 1991, TGM has invested approximately $2.2 billion in 123 multifamily residential properties throughout 28 states. TGM's current portfolio contains 35 properties in 17 states encompassing over 11,000 units.
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