OAKLAND, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mynd Property Management, a modern property management company powered by on-the-ground experts and technology, has appointed Alex Osenenko to the position of Chief Growth Officer. Osenenko is charged with growing all aspects of Mynd’s business, including all aspects of marketing and sales.
Osenenko brings nearly a decade of experience in growing property management companies to his position at Mynd. Throughout his career, Osenenko has worked with thousands of property management companies, founders and entrepreneurs. Most recently, he was President and CEO of Fourandhalf.com, a property management-focused marketing agency he founded in 2012.
“We are pleased to welcome Alex to Mynd as we continue to expand our property management capabilities nationwide,” explains Doug Brien, CEO and Co-Founder of Mynd Property Management. “Alex brings a wealth of knowledge in growing property management companies through his content-driven approach to thought leadership, sales and marketing. Alex is another example of the industry’s best talent joining Mynd to help us re-invent property management.”
Osenenko served on the board of directors for the California State Chapter of the Association of Residential Property Managers (CALNARPM) for five years. In addition, he founded “The Property Management Show Podcast,” a bi-weekly podcast that he previously hosted.
“I am joining Mynd because the company has pioneered a new frontier in the property management and real estate investment sectors, which has disrupted proptech in a meaningful new way,” says Osenenko. “I am passionate about this industry because we play a critical role in society in that we are a housing provider and have a duty to take care of both our residents and property owners.”
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About Mynd Property Management
Mynd Property Management is a modern property management firm serving the small residential sector. Based in Oakland, Calif., the company’s team of on-the-ground property management professionals and technology boost net operating income (NOI) for property owners, while improving the rental experience for residents. Currently, Mynd has over 8,000 units under management in 16 markets nationwide. The firm recently expanded its platform by merging with RentVest and acquiring HomeUnion to provide real estate investors with access to income-generating properties in markets with strong employment and rental growth.