Dallas, TX – December 13, 2017 - Somerset Association Management, an Associa company, hires Kent Davis as their new portfolio community manager.
Mr. Davis has more than 20 years of property management experience including expertise in managing manufactured homes, student housing and conventional luxury apartments. As the new portfolio community manager, Mr. Davis will work directly with the communities and board members to supervise vendor management, dues collections, property tours and inspections, and facilitate budgets as well as resident communications.
“Kent is very driven and well respected in the industry for his dedication to his residents and the communities that they live in,” stated Al Wiles, Somerset Association Management president. “He is not only an asset to our team but he will be a great supporter for our communities and their boards.”
Mr. Davis was a community director for Military Privatization and Housing as well as Deputy Sheriff with the Travis County Sheriff’s Department. He also proudly served his country with more than 10 years of active service with the United States Navy.
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