CORT Names Pete Regules as Director of Multifamily Products and Services

In his new position at CORT, Regules will oversee CORT’s multifamily property partnerships, all activities with industry associations and continue to expand CORT’s charitable campaigns across the United States.

Pete Regules HeadshotChantilly, Va.—CORT, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, has announced the promotion of Pete Regules to director of multifamily products and services. With more than 30 years of experience working with CORT Business Services, Regules is well positioned to apply his range of skills and expertise to direct all facets of CORT’s involvement in the multifamily industry.

Most recently, Regules served as national manager of multifamily products and services for CORT. Regules has also held leadership positions with the Apartment Association of Greater Orlando, the Florida Apartment Association (FAA) and the National Apartment Association (NAA). Within these organization’s Regules has been a motivational speaker, event emcee, teacher and award winner, including being inducted into the FAA Hall of Fame and earning the coveted Paragon Award from NAA.

In his new position at CORT, Regules will oversee CORT’s multifamily property partnerships, all activities with industry associations and continue to expand CORT’s charitable campaigns across the United States.

In addition to his extensive experience working with CORT, Regules is well-known in the multifamily industry. He is a three-time volunteer of the year with the Apartment Association of Greater Orlando and Florida Apartment Association. He is also a member of the Apartment All*Stars and contributing author to the book, The Apartment All Stars Complete Guide to Leasing Apartments. As a member of the All*Stars, Regules travels the country to share secrets of the apartment industry with everyone from entry level leasing agents to top level executives at renowned property management companies.

Regules is also very active in the community, serving as a Foundation Board Chairman for Community Coordinated Care for Children, a non-profit corporation that provides information, resources and programs that work to support families and child care professionals.

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