WPM Real Estate Group’s Steve Wolf Earns Community Association Institute’s Highest Designation
Barry Yatovitz, President of the Association Division of WPM Real Estate Group announced that Steve Wolf recently passed the rigorous Professional Community Association Manager case study and has been awarded the PCAM® designation—the nation’s most respected credential in association management.
After retiring from the police force, Steve joined the company in 2006 as a Community Association Manager. Today he manages a portfolio of eight associations consisting of over 800 units.
Yatovitz said,”With his people and problem solving skills Steve made an immediate contribution to our HOA/Condo Associations and from day one he began honing his professional skills earning the Association Management Specialist (AMS®) and Certified Manager of Community Association (CMCA®) designations. The PCAM® credential is the capstone recognition of professionalism in our industry and is only held by about 2,600 people in the country. Steve defines community involvement on several levels. When he is not engaged in managing associations, he assists people in Baltimore County as a volunteer firefighter/emergency medical technician.”
The AMS®, CMCA®, and PCAM® examinations are administered by the Community Association Institute, (www.caionline.org) an international organization dedicated to advancing the profession and providing information, education and resources to all community association stakeholders.
About WPM Real Estate Group
WPM Real Estate Group was recently designated by the Baltimore Business Journal as the largest residential property manager in the Baltimore area with over 17,000 units under management. For over a quarter of a century, WPM companies have been a leader in providing comprehensive HOA/Condo Associations, residential, investment real estate and commercial management services.