Meet the team | Erin Kaising

Erin Kaising joined the Neyer Management team in April of 2020 as the Marketing Specialist. Read more about Erin here:

What parts of our Keys (Safety, Courtesy, Image, & Efficiency) do you connect with?

I think courtesy is so important, because the other three keys always seem to flow easily behind. Leading with kindness and respect is the easiest way to build a long-lasting relationship with a client, tenant, or coworker. Let’s face it, the world could always use a little more kindness!

What have been your biggest accomplishments on our team?

My favorite accomplishment to date has been building out our marketing material library and redesigning our proposals. It is very important to convey professionalism in our every day work as a third-party property manager, and I wanted that same professionalism to be reflected in the first point of contact with a potential customer.

What’s the most unique part about working here? 

Having had exposure to other parts of the real estate world, property management is unique in the way that at the end of the day you are selling the abilities of the team that has been built. I think that Neyer Management’s ability to tailor our services to the needs of our clients sets us apart from others in the industry.

How have you grown professionally while on our team? 

I have gotten to watch the deal flow process from a new business call coming in to signing on our management services to a property. Each step is unique and complex along the path of bringing on new business and I am grateful to have gotten to be involved with each step.

Use 3 words to describe your team.

Flexible, Knowledgeable, and Respectful  

Describe one of your favorite work memories at Neyer Management.

I think some of my favorite memories come from my one-on-one meetings with Ellen Mayleben, Vice President of Asset Strategies. She is always bringing high energy, excitement, and enthusiasm to any task that is impossible to leave a meeting with her not feeling motivated!

Share the best piece of advice anyone has ever given you. 

My favorite piece of advice is one of many my Dad sent to me from the late actor Will Rogers. My Dad is full of great advice, but this is the one that comes to mind.

“If you want to be successful, it’s just this simple. Know what you are doing. Love what you are doing. And believe in what you are doing.”

What did you want to be when you were younger? 

A National Geographic photographer. In my mind, there was no job quite as cool.

What activities do you participate in over the weekend/ what do you like to do for fun?

I enjoy spending most of my time with my boyfriend and my wonderful family. When we are not visiting a local restaurant or bar in Newport, you can typically find us at a local sporting event (Go Bearcats!).

What’s one thing that has made you smile recently? 

Today the nice weather and ability to have my windows open in my work-from-home office made me smile.

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