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CHP Welcomes New VP of Property Management

Christiansburg, Va. – Community Housing Partners (CHP), a non-profit community development corporation, is pleased to welcome Scott Reithel, CPM NAHP-e to the organization as Vice President of Property Management.

“Scott’s impressive reputation in the industry makes him an ideal candidate for heading up our Property Management division,” said CHP Executive Vice President and COO Orlando Artze. “He has extensive experience in the field and his accomplishments are exceptional. We are very excited to have Scott on board as CHP continues to grow.”

Reithel began his multi-family property management career over 30 years ago, and since then has been a property management executive for several national and regional property management companies. His years in the industry have provided him with valuable experience in the management of affordable and market-rate housing throughout the United States.

Reithel graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Social Work and attended the University of New York at Albany, where he completed work towards his Masters in Social Work.

Reithel is active with the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) located in Alexandria, Virginia, where he is the President-elect and will serve as President in 2010. He also serves as the Vice President of the NAHMA Educational Foundation and is a certified member of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).

Prior to relocating to Richmond, Virginia to assume his new position with CHP, Reithel was involved in the Midwest Affordable Housing Management Association, where he was a three-time past President and Board of Director member. Reithel was also a property management instructor with the Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Reithel has received national recognition awards from the Eli Lily drug company, the National Mental Health Association, and the Milwaukee Ovation Award for his work in developing housing and programs for persons with mental illness. In addition, he has been recognized by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for his work in the area of fair housing.

Said Reithel, “Managing quality affordable housing has been very important to me throughout my property management career. I am very pleased to be returning to the Southeast and look forward to working with CHP staff to advance the Property Management department.”

Reithel may be contacted in our Richmond office at 804-343-7201 ext. 17, or by e-mail at sreithel@chpc2.org.