10 Fastest-Growing Multifamily Property Management Companies of 2020

The Top 10 Fastest-Growing Multifamily Property Management Companies of 2020 utilized self-reported data for all firms.

You can also read our other Top Property Managers rankings.

Rank Company Annual Portfolio Growth (2017-2019) Units Managed (2019) Portfolio Occupancy Diversity
1 SVN International Corp. 81.6% 18,647 93% MR
2 RKW Residential 39.2% 19,935 95% A, L
3 RangeWater Real Estate 38.2% 42,566 89% A, MR
4 Morgan Properties 32.6% 76,831 95% MR
5 The Inland Real Estate Group of Cos.  24.2% 19,920 92% MR, St, Se, X
6 FPA Multifamily 22.6% 37,335 94% A, MR, L, St
7 Cortland 16.8% 58,973 91% A, MR, Se
8 BH Cos. 15.2% 90,074 94% A, MR, Se
9 Greystar Real Estate Partners 12.5% 536,342 93% A, MR, St, Se
10 Kirkpatrick Management Co. 9.9% 8,700 97% A

Key: A = Affordable Housing, MR = Market Rate, L = Luxury, St = Student Housing, Se = Senior Housing, X = Other

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Based on all 30 respondents from full ranking
Based on all 30 respondents from full ranking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


By Jeff Hamann, Senior Associate Editor

Nearly all of our Top 10 Fastest-Growing Multifamily Property Management Companies operate communities across a broad spectrum of asset types, with seven firms also working with affordable housing. SVN International Corp., which tops our list, increased its management portfolio from just shy of 6,000 units in 2017 to an impressive 18,647 units only two years later. Two-thirds of the respondents to our comprehensive property management ranking, which represents many of the industry’s largest companies, reported growth during this period. Greystar Real Estate Partners, which landed the top spot in the comprehensive ranking for the second consecutive year, grew its portfolio 12 percent to 536,342 units managed.

Methodology

The Top 10 Fastest-Growing Multifamily Property Management Companies of 2020 utilized self-reported data for all firms. The ranking was calculated based on average annual portfolio growth for each management company with at least 5,000 units under management as of the end of 2019. All data was originally submitted for our Top 30 Multifamily Property Management Companies of 2020 ranking.

Read the September 2020 issue of MHN.