We Do Cool Things: TPW
Founded in 1987, TPW is a family-owned boutique real estate and property management firm with nearly 100 employees working out of seven locations in Manchester, Stratton, Okemo, Killington, the Mount Snow/Deerfield Valley region and the Upper Valley/White River Junction area, as well as Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. TPW Real Estate's team of knowledgeable and experienced Vacation/Rentals Specialists and licensed Realtors, headed up by Principal Broker and 2015 Realtor of the Year Annie Bessette, have expertise in both sales and rentals throughout Southern and Central Vermont, whether customers are looking to buy, sell or rent luxury resort homes or condos, vacant land parcels, single-family homes or unique property types.
TPW's property services division, TPW Management, currently oversees more than 50 distinct Community Associations in ski and golf resort areas, as well as select individual homes.
The company's team of accredited managers have a comprehensive understanding of the maintenance, management and overall needs of all types of residential property — from condominiums and co-operatives to homeowner associations, townhouses, resort vacation properties and more. TPW Management offers an array of services to community associations and other property owners, utilizing professional in-house staff as well as carefully vetted outside vendors. Available services for Community Associations include association governance services, business and financial services, customer service management, community services management, maintenance services, project management, water/wastewater management, technical consulting, community-building services, and information technology and online services featuring "smart technology" for convenience, cost savings, accessibility to information and management efficiency. Available services for individual homeowners and tenants include everything from housekeeping, trash removal, firewood and landscaping to interior/exterior maintenance, repairs and remodeling, to specialized concierge services.
TPW's philosophy is to use technology, extensive measures of accountability and proven systems to allow great people to perform in an extraordinary manner. Thanks to its commitment to innovative technology, increased efficiency and superior customer service, TPW is growing—both in its property management division and in real estate sales and rentals.
Opportunities abound within TPW Management for organized and friendly Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) and skilled, dedicated Community Service Technicians (CSTs). And TPW Real Estate is always happy to consider resumes from motivated, hard-working people who like to have fun at work and are looking to advance their careers in real estate as Vacation/Rentals Specialists, Licensed Sales Associates or Licensed Brokers.
In 2015, for the second straight year, TPW was named to the annual "Best Places to Work in Vermont" list by Vermont Business Magazine and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce.
Also in 2015—and for the fifth year in a row—TPW Management won a "5x5x5 Growth Award," in the Service category, given by Vermont Business Magazine and KeyBank in recognition of the top five Vermont businesses, in five business categories, that have achieved the greatest growth over the past five years. Paul W. Carroccio, CEO of TPW Management and a
Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate, was one of 40 young professionals under the age of 40 to be awarded a "Rising Stars Award" by Vermont Business Magazine in 2012, in recognition of his "smart business growth, professional excellence and commitment to community development."
Who says recent graduates have to leave the area to find good jobs? TPW offers a wide array of rewarding, fulfilling and fun career opportunities for service-oriented people who love to live, work and play in Vermont. More information about the company is available online at tpw.com.
— Paul W. Carroccio is CEO of TPW
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