About HomeTrustee Property Management:


Our goal at HomeTrustee is to ethically provide high quality service to our residents with a focus on personal attention. We will continually focus on delivering the ultimate property management experience by providing pleasant, professional, and honest service, with a focus on personal attention. We work hard to maintain our commitment, and strive to exceed expectations every step of the way.

Our Fair Housing Pledge:

As ambassadors for the multi-family real estate industry, the Home Trustee Property Management team is committed to the following Fair Housing Practices to ensure a fair and equitable community and leasing experience for residents:

It is our pledge to:

  • Provide equal professional service to all, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin or other protected status of any prospective client, consumer or resident of any community
  • Remain informed about fair housing laws and practices, thereby expanding upon our customers’ and clients’ opportunities
  • Demonstrate through advertising and the media that everyone is welcome and no one is excluded
  • Inform our residents about our rights and responsibilities under the fair housing laws
  • Document our efforts to provide equal professional service whenever possible
  • Respect the diversity and differences within our resident base, and remain informed on those differences in order to provide exceptional service at all times
  • Take a positive approach to fair housing practices and aspire to follow laws and regulations in support of these practices
  • Commit to continue in the development and implementation of fair housing practices in accordance with our leadership role in the real estate profession
  • Refuse to tolerate non-compliance

The Home Trustee Property Management, LLC Fair Housing Pledge is adapted from the Personal Commitment developed by the National Association of REALTORS®, published in Fair Housing: Shared Neighborhoods, Equal Opportunities, 2004 edition.