AppRent Announces VP of Sales: Nia M. Walters
Nia expands AppRent's leadership with a deep understanding of property management, along with the practical knowledge of industry needs
RAMSEY, N.J., September 21, 2021 (Newswire.com) - AppRent, after recently launching new software for property maintenance, is pleased to announce that Nia Walters, a seasoned property management professional, has joined the team as Vice President of Sales. Nia will lead business development, customer acquisition and retention and ensure that our property management partners receive concierge-level service.
Michael Katz, CEO of AppRent, noted, "Our company leadership consists of executives with extensive experience in the industry. Nia brings a fresh perspective that will broaden our vision and enhance the company's capabilities so that we can realize our mission: to create an easy-to-use, comprehensive software solution that improves collaboration and enables better business decisions."
Over the course of her 24-year career in real estate, Nia received numerous apartment industry awards on both the operations side and the vendor side, and was an active board member with the Apartment Association of Kansas City.
"I'm looking forward to helping our industry upgrade its software solutions. In my previous roles, I saw firsthand the challenges and struggles facing property managers on a daily basis. This role is a chance to address those issues and improve the day-to-day workflow of on-site managers, maintenance teams, and corporate management."
Outside of work, Nia enjoys spending time in her wood shop, conquering the newest escape room and spending time with her husband, children Mason and Leila, and labradoodles Teddy and Juno. On Sundays during football season, she's cheering on her favorite team, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Michael Katz, CEO of DASMEN Residential, founded AppRent in 2015, leveraging his position as an operator to contribute and significantly improve the world of PropTech. He realized the dire need for a simple and easy-to-use property management software. His concept focused heavily around data and analytics, making sure valuable property information, was being utilized in real time for improved decision making and performance.