The San Diego County Apartment Association honored Solana Highlands and its staff on Nov. 3 with the local industry’s highest award, the Mark of Excellence.
Because of the age of the community, Solana Highlands was recognized as a Property of the Year in the category for communities that are 35 years and older.
Community Director Carlos Rebollar earned a Property Manager of the Year second place award for communities of 101-300 Units. Mary Wright earned a Leasing Professional of the Year first place award. Jason Tow received an Assistant Manager of the Year second place award. Ana Sosa received a Custodian of the Year second place award.
“I’m really proud of our team for their dedication and compassion to each and every one of our residents. Over the last three decades, Solana Highlands has been woven into the fabric of the Solana Beach community. From its teachers, yoga instructors, entrepreneurs, artists, recent college graduates and fire fighters, these residents of Solana Highlands represent all walks of life and are a big part of what makes Solana Beach such a special community,” said Rebollar.
In all, H.G. Fenton’s apartment rental communities and staff received 26 awards during the event.
The Mark of Excellence awards are an important indication of H.G. Fenton’s quality and leadership in the rental apartment industry. The company also participates in national surveys and programs to gauge its residents’ satisfaction. For instance, it has been honored for 15 years in a row with a National Resident Satisfaction Award from SatisFacts, and an independent online reputation assessment has shown that H.G. Fenton’s apartment communities consistently achieve ratings that far exceed its closest competitors in the San Diego market.
The San Diego County Apartment Association (SDCAA) is a non-profit organization serving the needs of individuals and companies who own, manage, or provide services and products to more than 150,000 rental housing units in San Diego County.