2013 and 2014 Regional Vice President,
Institute of Real Estate Management
Renee M. Savage, CPM, CCIM, of La Jolla, CA, is serving as the 2013 and 2014 Regional Vice President for Region 11. During her two-year term, she will have oversight for the activities of IREM chapters in California and Hawaii.
Savage has worked in property management in San Diego for over 23 years and currently is the Senior Vice President of Property Management for Capital Growth Properties, Inc., AMO. She oversees the activities of six regional property managers, along with their teams and the accounting department, with responsibility for managing over 90 properties in San Diego County. She also has oversight for all aspects of insurance, insurance claims and legal matters related to the properties in her portfolio and the corporation overall. As well, she develops policy and procedures for her department and the corporation and is in charge of various human resource functions.
Savage earned her CPM designation in 2002. Long active in IREM’s San Diego Chapter No. 18, she has served in numerous chapter leadership positions, including that of president. She has been honored as the chapter’s “CPM Candidate of the Year,” “CPM of the Year,” and has been the recipient of its “Presidential Achievement” award. Savage also has served IREM at the national level as a member of its Governing Council and in leadership positions on IREM’s Student and Academic Outreach Advisory Board.
In addition to her IREM affiliation, Savage has been active in the San Diego County Apartment Association, has served as its president and in other leadership positions, and has been honored with several of the association’s awards. She also is a member of the CCIM Institute and its local chapter, holds the designation of Certified Commercial Investment Member conferred by CCIM and maintains a California Real Estate Salesperson’s license.
Savage graduated from the University of San Diego with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and currently is involved in programs sponsored by the university’s Burnham Moore Center for Real Estate.