First Rate Property Management logo
Facebook icon Twitter icon blog icon google plus icon youtube icon
Recommend this Blog to a friend!  Type in Recipient's email address:

Charity Update

American Stroke Foundation Update

Since February 2016 First Rate Property Management as well as its employees, owners, and vendors have actively participated in contributing to The American Stroke Foundation charity. First Rate Property Management announced that our goal was to receive $5000.00 in contributions by September 2016. As of April 2016 the contributions that First Rate Property Management has received is over $2000.00. We are well on our way to meeting our goal!

First Rate Property Management would like to personally thank our employees for their donations as well as our owners: Pamlea Gerbitz, Lee Pearson, Rosie Skoro, Keith Reed, Dina Curtis, Pat Carson, Aaron White, Mark Ames, Robert & Teresa Abbott, as well as Victor and Kay Simenc. First Rate would also like to thank our vendors: Capital Cleaning, Property Maintenance Plus, and Sublime Electric for making it possible get closer to reaching our goal.

The American Stroke Foundation is an important charity. The Next Step Program specifically helps stroke victims in improving their health and overall wellness. The areas in which The Next Program helps victims and their families are: Communication, Health Behaviors, Life After Stroke and Physical Fitness. To learn more information on how you can help and participate please visit the American Stroke Foundation website:

Thank you so much for all your contributions!

Marie Swanson

Marie Swanson, Accounting Team Leader
First Rate Property Management, Inc.
Boise, Idaho
Contact me for more information about First Rate Property Management's accounting operations in Boise, Idaho.

Marie Swanson

  • Boise Area Rental Market
  • Property Management
  • Boise Area Real Estate Market
  • Taxes
  • Interest Rates
  • Boise Real Estate Market
  • Boise and Idaho in the News
  • Deferred property maintenance
  • Rental Property Maintenance
  • Charity
  • Fair Housing
  • Are Landlords profiting from application fees?
  • Update on Vacancy
  • 3rd Quarter NARPM Vacancy Results
  • SW Idaho NARPM Vacancy Trends Q2-2018
  • Ada County Vacancy Trends
  • Tony Drost
  • Arica
  • Melissa Sharone
  • Julie Tollifson
  • Jim Sharone
  • Tyler Selee
  • Kurtis Tarbet
  • Kristen Curtis
  • Tyler Brown
  • Tara Pecora
  • Marie Swanson
  • Lizz Loop