Mark-Taylor Residential Has Big Shoes to Fill

Mark-Taylor Residential Has Big Shoes to Fill SCOTTSDALE, AZ - After 12 years of service, Tina Makssour is leaving her position as Director of Sales and Training for Mark-Taylor Residential to pursue a new opportunity. The move marks a change in career paths for Makssour and creates a new opportunity at Mark-Taylor.

Makssour handled multiple responsibilities during her tenure, including apartment property management. In 2004, she was promoted to the corporate office to lead the company's sales and training department. She oversaw Mark-Taylor University and launched a series of training classes, recognition programs and contests that have all contributed to the success of the company.

"Tina's ability to connect with people at all levels is something we have always appreciated," said Dale Phillips, president of Mark-Taylor Residential. "We wish her all the best in her new endeavors."

The search for a replacement begins immediately, offering the right candidate the chance to bring new vision, ideas and technology to the department. All interested parties may submit a cover letter and resume to the attention of Dale Phillips.

This year, Mark-Taylor Residential is celebrating its 25th year of business. Long known as a developer and manager of its own luxury apartment communities, Mark-Taylor is now 94% fee-based and is consistently recognized as a leader in the multifamily industry. The company has experienced exponential growth, nearly tripling its fee-management roster in the past four years. Most recently, Mark-Taylor received the prestigious "Best Place to Work" award, presented by the Phoenix Business Journal. With 450 employees and 52 communities, Mark-Taylor manages 14,300 units in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Seattle and Portland, and has developed 14,000 units in the last 25 years.
Source: Mark-Taylor Residential

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