Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in county seat communities, is pleased to announce the addition of several new staff members.
Natalie Bueltel, a New Jersey native with over 14 years of experience in customer service, will serve as an administrative assistant to Regency vice president Jeff Howell and the property management team. Bueltel is a 2011 graduate of the University of Phoenix with a Masters in Psychology. She completed her undergraduate work at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Penn. with a B.S. in Business Administration.
Zach Goebel, joins Regency as a maintenance technician. Goebel’s past experience includes a variety of mechanical, customer service and property management positions, including three years as a crew leader for a commercial landscaping company. Goebel will oversee maintenance requests for four Regency-owned properties in Indiana, including Town Center, Diamond Center and Westgate Shopping Center in Evansville.
Emily Neumann, 10-year Regency Properties employee, was promoted to business analyst. Neumann will assist in analyzing properties and markets for potential acquisition as a part of Regency’s county seat community acquisition program. Neumann will graduate the University of Southern Indiana in December 2013 with a B.S. in Finance.
Wendi Pleiss joins Regency Properties as a leasing coordinator. Pleiss will assist Regency’s team of leasing representatives in coordinating lease agreements for Regency’s owned and managed centers. Pleiss joins Regency following 12 years experience in retail merchandising.
“We are very excited to welcome Natalie, Zach and Wendi to the Regency team. Additionally, we are very pleased to announce Emily’s promotion reflecting our continuing efforts to grow our enterprise through acquisitions,” remarked Kevin Hammett, president and CEO. “These additions and promotion further emphasize Regency’s commitment to grow in county seat communities.”