KW Property Management & Consulting Welcomes Industry Veteran Rick Dingle as Regional Manager
March 5, 2019
MIAMI, FL – In response to a record year of growth, KW Property Management & Consulting (KWPMC) has announced the addition of Rick Dingle as Regional Manager. Dingle is based in the company’s Miami headquarters.
A licensed Community Association Manager (CAM), Dingle will be tasked with overseeing a team of district, property and general managers that work alongside developers and association boards in KWPMC’s portfolio.
Prior to joining the KWPMC team, Dingle was Chief Operating Officer of a Fort Lauderdale-based parking management company, where he was responsible for the operational oversight of 50 community associations’ parking enforcement. He also brings valuable experience managing business aspects for more than 200 community associations, and associations with multi-million dollar budgets. In addition, Dingle maintained client relations, cross-trained staff in marketing, sales, human resources and IT, and enforced rules and regulations.
“Rick is a seasoned veteran when it comes to managing large communities in South Florida,” said KWPMC Co-Founder and Managing Partner Paul Kaplan. “He has experience in a variety of industries, which will no doubt play a major role in helping KWPMC to continue to deliver quality client service, grow in our key markets and improve our established business relationships.”
“KWPMC is an established and respected name in the property management industry,” said Dingle. “I am excited for the opportunity to work alongside a team that puts people first and genuinely cares about respect, accountability, empowerment and trustworthiness.”
Developers and associations of high-profile communities throughout Florida partner with KWPMC. The company’s portfolio includes Brickell Heights in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood, The Marquis in downtown Miami, the mixed-use The Plaza Coral Gables development in Coral Gables, Solimar in Surfside, Jade Signature in Sunny Isles Beach, Privé at Island Estates in Aventura, Admiralty Point in Naples and Heron Bay – one of Broward County’s largest homeowners’ association (HOA) communities.