Phoenix–Western National Property Management has appointed industry executive Mark McElvain, CPM as regional vice president of property management for its Arizona office.
McElvain will be responsible for overseeing and managing properties throughout Arizona and Southern California.
“A veteran in the multifamily industry, McElvain has managed portfolios as large as 6,000 units within 47 properties for Western National Property Management,” says Cindy Shepardson, VP of Operations. “Besides Arizona and California, McElvain has worked in a variety of markets including Texas, Nevada, Washington and Florida. He will bring the knowledge and an array of experiences learned from managing properties across a variety of markets.
McElvain joined Western National Property Management in 2004 as a regional vice president at the firm’s corporate headquarters. He has also served as asset manager at Western National Group for a portfolio of properties in a private investor’s fund, which included the oversight of the development and lease-up of three high-profile Class-A properties.
Prior to joining Western National Group, McElvain worked for many real estate firms across the country including ConAm Management Corporation, Equity Residential, and Camden Property Trust, one of the largest publicly traded REITs in the country.