PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Resource Real Estate, Inc. (“Resource Real Estate” or “RRE”), a global firm that specializes in direct investments, global real estate securities, and commercial real estate lending, announced that it has been named the 2015 top property/asset management workplace in Philadelphia, and number 22 overall for all midsized companies on Philly.com’s list of top workplaces in the Philadelphia region.
WorkplaceDynamics surveyed more than 35,000 employees from over 1,500 companies around the Philadelphia region to determine the best large, midsize and small companies. With 178 regional employees, RRE qualified as a midsize company and is the only property/asset management firm on this year’s list. RRE has been named to the list three times, in 2011, 2014 and 2015.
In the published survey, one RRE employee was quoted as saying, “I think they are a team of all-stars. Working here is like working on an elite football team.” Another employee shared, “I find it rewarding and challenging, and as I have grown as a person, my responsibilities have grown as well.”
“At Resource Real Estate, we are proud of our company and its greatest assets — the people who work here,” said Alan Feldman, CEO of Resource Real Estate. “It is encouraging to know that our employees feel the same way about us as we feel about them.”
About Resource Real Estate
Resource Real Estate (RRE) is a firm that specializes in direct real estate investments, commercial real estate lending and global real estate securities. For over two decades, RRE and its affiliates have managed real estate assets for institutional and individual investors. RRE and its parent company have offices in New York, Los Angeles, Denver, London, Singapore, Sydney as well as its headquarters in Philadelphia and additional locations across the US.
RRE owns and manages real estate assets with an aggregate value of approximately $3.3 billion. RRE is a wholly owned subsidiary of Resource America (NASDAQ: REXI). As of December 31, 2014, Resource America managed $20 billion across various asset classes.